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Athena's special powers are wisdom and arts and crafts, such as agriculture, navigation, spinning, weaving and needlework. She is the goddess of war, but she focuses on strategy instead of bloodshed. More »

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Athena's powers include: authority over wisdom and crafts, which includes agriculture, spinning, needlework, weaving and navigation. Athena is also considered as both a goddess of war, and the patron goddess of Athens. I... More »

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Hestia was the mild mannered protector of hearth and home. She also presided over the baking of bread, and she was the goddess of the sacrificial flame. More »

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Athena's powers include: authority over wisdom and crafts, which includes agriculture, spinning, needlework, weaving and navigation. Athena is also considered as both a goddess of war, and the patron goddess of Athens. I... More »

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The Pueblo Indians' arts and crafts include pottery, baskets, weaving, stone carvings and heishi jewelry. All of these arts are created in unique styles that the different Pueblo peoples have developed from their culture... More »

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