Ἀθήνη: Athena is not only goddess of war. She presides over all manner of artistic accomplishments. cf. “Ι 390, β 116, ζ 233, υ 72, θ” 493, Pindar Ol. vii. 51. She retains her warepithet “Παλλάς” even in such connexions.
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