Athena was born fully grown from Zeus’ forehead. Athena is known for her role in the stories of Odysseus and Jason, which both involve her providing them with advice and help. She also gave Odysseus the gift of courage, which he used throughout his journey. Athena is usually portrayed as being very beautiful and wise.
Athena, the goddess of wisdom and skill, was very helpful to Odysseus during his long journey home. Athena helped Odysseus in several ways. Athena disguised herself as Mentes, the lord of the Taphians, and spoke to Odysseus about going to Ithaca. She told him that it would be good for him to go there because he would be given a warm welcome from his family and would receive a lot of gifts. Then Athena appeared to Telemachus as an old friend who had known Odysseus when he was young. She told Telemachus that he needed to visit Sparta in order to find out what was going on with his father because people were saying bad things about him back home in Ithaca.
Athena is also known for her role in the story of Jason and the Golden Fleece. In this story, she helps Jason get past some challenges and obstacles by giving him a special sword that would protect him from danger. She also helped him find his way back home after he went on his quest for the Golden Fleece.
She is often shown with an owl, which is a symbol of wisdom. The owl is associated with Athena because of its ability to see in the dark, especially when it comes to night hunting. In addition, owls are known for their intelligence and their ability to make quick decisions without hesitation, traits that are associated with Athena herself and her role as an oracle.” There is a temple dedicated to Athena on the Acropolis in Athens that was built around 432 BC by Pericles during his time as ruler of Athens.