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  • 'Pallas Athene' than a knight; but if it were not for the helmet glittering, and the spear -- "

    The Black Cross Olive M. Briggs

  • The centaur is being controlled easily by the hand of the great Pallas Athene, who represents the goddess of eternal wisdom.

    The Poet Prince KATHLEEN MCGOWAN 2010

  • And while she looked like Pallas Athene, I suspected she was half-cracked - flung herself about in gymnasiums and went on starvation diets and wrote poetry and asked for a lunatic asylum as a birthday present, so I'd been told.

    Watershed 2010

  • I am Pallas Athene; and I know the thoughts of all men's hearts, and discern their manhood or their baseness.

    Never Yet Melted 2009

  • We're also looking at works of art like Khnopff's Des Caresses, Waterhouse's The Siren, Klimt's Pallas Athene, a dragonfly pin ornament by Lalique, Bernhardt's inkwell representing herself as a bat-winged sphinx and a poster of her by Alphone Mucha, and some Whistler, like the various Symphonies in White and Falling Rocket.

    Archive 2009-11-01 Theodora Goss 2009

  • And at the Brandenburg Gate he confronts the massive seated statue of Pallas Athene, "the goddess no one worshiped anymore" yet "the only thing [in Berlin] that might seem familiar to an Aborigine."

    Look Homeward, Angel Coetzee, J.M. 2008

  • But she straightway conceived Pallas Athene: and the father of men and gods gave her birth by way of his head on the banks of the river Trito.

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica 2007

  • And Pallas Athene bedecked her form with all manners of finery.

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica 2007

  • Next he fastened about his breast a fine golden breast-plate, curiously wrought, which Pallas Athene the daughter of Zeus had given him when first he was about to set out upon his grievous labours.

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica 2007

  • Athene girded and clothed her with silvery raiment, and down from her head she spread with her hands a broidered veil, a wonder to see; and she, Pallas Athene, put about her head lovely garlands, flowers of new-grown herbs.

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica 2007


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