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Andrea Mantegna (Isola di Carturo, circa 1431 - Mantua, Minerva Expelling the Vices from the Garden of Virtue

François Rude (1784-1855) Hermes binding his sandals after having killed Argos. Bronze cast by Soyer and Ingé in 1834.

François Rude Hermes binding his sandals after having killed Argos. Bronze cast by Soyer and Ingé in

Minerva - Library of Congress

Elihu Vedder's Minerva of Peace mosaic by Carol M. Highsmith at Library of Congress Washington DC

Athena - Goddesses Photo (16473520) - Fanpop

Classic sculpture Athena goddess of wisdom and reason, violence and war, philosophy & creativity

The Four Deities: 'Minerva', 1596, an engraving by Hendrik Cre Goltzius; the Graeco-Roman goddess Athena/Minerva of learning and the arts, including the art of warfare, is portrayed with such symbolic attributes as a helmet, owl and aegis shield. (The Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery Collecitons)

Engraving of Minerva - by Hendrik Cre Goltzius, Minerva is portrayed with such symbolic attributes as a helmet, owl and aegis shield, at The Hunterian Museum

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The Athena Giustiniani, a Roman copy of a Greek statue of Pallas Athena with her serpent, Erichthonius

Sophie's World: A Novel About the History of Philosophy by Gaarder athene the greek goddess The Athena Giustiniani, a Roman copy of a Greek statue of Pallas Athena with her serpent, Erichthonius

#12 Minerva ~ Roman Goddess of Wisdom and the Arts, Boguslavsky's Cigarettes "Mythological Gods  Goddesses" (series of 25 issued in 1924)

Minerva ~ Roman Goddess of Wisdom and the Arts, Boguslavsky's Cigarettes "Mythological Gods Goddesses" (series of 25 issued in

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