There were tons of Gods who would have given their eyes to marry her, but she was completely disgusted by the idea. Once, during the Trojan War, Athena had. Red&Gold eyes + nude lips (Christmas make up) // Athena Kappa - Duration: Athena Kappa 31 views. There were tons of Gods who would have given their eyes to marry her, but she was completely disgusted by the idea. Once, during the Trojan War, Athena had. The net result is a serene, serious, somewhat aloof, and very classical beauty. He viewed it as "motherless paternity in the place of fatherless maternity" where once altered, Athena's character was to be crystallized as that of a patriarch. Hackett Publishing Company, Inc. Athena by Erik Collins Athena is the goddess of the defense of Athens, wisdom and women's crafts. The other two goddesses were enraged by this and, as a direct result, sided with the Greeks in the Trojan War. Acraea, Aethyia, Ageleia, Agoraea, Alalcomeneis, Alcimache, Alcis, Alea, Amublia, Anemotis, Apaturia, Areia, Asia, Assesia, Axiopoenos, Boulaia, Budeia, Chalinitis, Chryse, Cleidouchos, Colocasia, Coryphasia, Cydonia, Ergane, Glaucopis, Hellotia, Hippia, Hippolatis, Hygieia, Iasonia, Itonia, Laosos, Laphria, Larissaea, Lindia, Longatos, Magarsia, Munychia, Narcaea, Nedusia, Nice, Onca, Ophthalmitis, Optiletis, Oxydercis, Paeonia, Pallas, Pallenis, Panachaea, Pareia, Parthenos, Phrygia, Polias, Poliuchos, Polyboulos, Promachorma, Pronaea, Pylaitis, Saitis, Salpinx, Sciras, Soteira, Telchinia, Triton, Xenia, Zosteria. This page was last edited on 11 July , at Poseidon had played a joke on him and told him that Athena was on her way to the smithy hoping to make violent love to him. It also had a crystal shield with the head of the Gorgon on it. In a variation on the same theme, Servius reports that Athena loved this Attic chick, but the girl Myrmex went out and betrayed Athena's trust by claiming to have invented the plow herself, when it was really Athena. Hephaestus did as he was told, and out popped Athena, full grown and ready for battle! The Black Athena Controversy and the Responsibilities of American Intellectuals , Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick , p.