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Athena is the Greek name of a Greek goddess.

Her Roman counterpart was Minerva.


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the greek name for Athena is Athena or Athene.

The Greek name of the Greek goddess Athena is Athena. In Roman mythology the goddess Athena was associated with Minerva.

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Athena is her Greek name. Her Roman name is Minerva.

The Greek name is Athene or Athena.

It's obviously Athena but I think you are looking for the roman name which is Minerva

The Greek goddess Athena was called Minerva by the Romans.

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Athena had the Roman name of Minerva. Minerva was a Roman goddess closely associated with the Greek goddess Athena.

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she was on the athinians side she is calles athena becose of the name athininans

Pallas Athena. Roman name would be Minerva.

The Greek counterpart of the Roman goddess, Minerva, was Athena.

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There is no Greek god of books but there is a Greek goddess of wisdom her name is Athena.

Αθηνη is Athena in Greek.

Minerva's Greek name is Athena. She is the goddess of wisdom, the arts, and battle strategies.

Athena in Greek is spelled Ἀθηνᾶ.

The name of the temple to the Greek goddess Athena is called the Parthenon. It is located in Athens Greece on the Acropolis.

Yes, in English, the proper noun Athena is a person's name or the name of the Greek goddess of wisdom.

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