anonymous
  • anonymous
How did the Athens come to exist? Urgent, will medal.
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barreraA
  • barreraA
The name of Athens, connected to the name of its patron goddess Athena, originates from an earlier random city-state, Greek Pre-Greek language.[1][verification needed] The etiological myth explaining how Athens acquired this name through the legendary contest between Poseidon and Athena was described by Herodotus,[2] Apollodorus,[3] Ovid, Plutarch,[4] Pausanias and others. It even became the theme of the sculpture on the West pediment of the Parthenon. Both Athena and Poseidon requested to be patrons of the city and to give their name to it, so they competed with one another for the honour, offering the city one gift each. Poseidon produced a spring by striking the ground with his trident,[5] symbolizing naval power. @coconutcreampuff
barreraA
  • barreraA
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Athens
PRAETORIAN.10
  • PRAETORIAN.10
like the beginnings of Rome all you need is a strategic location and resources and people

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