Athena, the Later Term 'Vogue' and its Etymology Essay by Master Researcher

Athena, the Later Term 'Vogue' and its Etymology
An overview of the mythical Greek beauty, Athena.
# 40364 | 900 words | 6 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 09, 2003 in Literature (Greek and Roman)


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This paper is about Athena. The student was inspired about this paper after reading different fragments of the "Catalogues of Women" and "Eoiae". As the inspirer and the shaper of Perseus, Athena could be counted on to have supernatural and heroically beautiful features, but the precise nature of this beauty was not plain to be found.

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