"Heathen Deities: Apollo"-Willson, 1859.
"Athena (Minerva), the national deity of the Athenians." — Smith, 1882
"Athena (Minerva) superintending the building of the Argo." — Smith, 1882
Goddess of Wisdom
"Heathen Deities: Ceres"-Willson, 1859.
"Heathen Deities: Diana"-Willson, 1859.
A coin engraved with images of Minerva and Jupiter. Minerva was the Roman equivalent to the Greek goddess…
The Minerva head is a design on the Greek Goddess Athena. This design frequently occurred on medallions.
This Right Minerva head is the modern version design of the Greek Goddess Athena. This design frequently…
"Heathen Deities: Juno"-Willson, 1859.
"Heathen Deities: Jupiter"-Willson, 1859.
"Heathen Deities: Mars"-Willson, 1859.
A medal of Tarsus which suggest that Minerva, the goddess of arts and sciences, was revered there. In…
"Heathen Deities: Mercury"-Willson, 1859.
A statue of Minerva, with a serpent depicted at the goddesses' feet.
"On Minerva's side Varro tells us that Cecrops found an olive tree and a fountain, and that on consulting…
"Minerva." —Bulfinch, 1897
"Heathen Deities: Minerva"-Willson, 1859.
Minerva, with Aegis. From an ancient statue.
"The name of a Roman goddess, identified by the later Graecising Romans with the Greek Athene, whom…
A medal representing Jupiter sitting in a temple, conversing with Minerva and attended by Juno.
"According to ancient mythology, the aegis worn by Jupiter was the hide of the goat Amalthea, which…
"Minerva is often represented on gems and coins, hurling the thunderbolts of Jove. The following cut,…
"Heathen Deities: Neptune"-Willson, 1859.
"Heathen Deities: Pluto"-Willson, 1859.
A coin with a female figure of Ceres, holding ears of corn and the torch of Minerva.
The Temple of Minerva in Athens.
"Heathen Deities: Vesta"-Willson, 1859.
"Heathen Deities: Vulcan"-Willson, 1859.