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The temple of Athena Nike (Athena as a goddess of victory) is the smallest temple at the Acropolis in Athens, placed at its southwest corner, at the edge of a high cliff (see images above). Its construction was completed in the year 420 B.C.E., during the so called High Classical Period, according to the design of Kallikrates (the same architect who was responsible for the construction of the Parthenon). The temple by Kallikrates replaced an earlier small temple, which got completely destroyed during the Persian wars.

The temple of Athena Nike, as with all Greek temples, was considered a home of the deity, represented in its statue, and was not a place where regular people would enter. The believers would simply perform rituals in front of the temple, where a small altar was placed, and could take a glimpse of the sculpted figure of the goddess through the space between the columns. The privilege of entering the temple was reserved for the priestesses, who held a respected position in Greek society. As the name suggests, the temple housed the statue of Athena Nike, a symbol of victory. It probably had a connection to the victory of the Greeks against the Persians around half a century earlier. Nike usually had wings, but in this case we know that the statue had no wings, hence it was called Athena Apteros (without wings). The ancient Greek writer Pausanias later explained that the statue of Athena had no wings, so that she could never leave Athens.

Inanna was the foremost Sumerian goddess, patron deity of Uruk. Her name was written with a sign that represents a reed stalk tied into a loop at the top. This appears in the very earliest written texts from the mid-fourth millenium B.C. She is also mentioned in all the early god lists among the four main deities, along with Anu, Enki, and Enlil. In the royal inscriptions of the early Dynastic Period, Inanna is often invoked as the special protectress of kings. Sargon of Akkad claimed her support in battle and politics. It appears that it was during the third millenium that the goddess acquired martial aspects that may derive from a syncretism with the Semitic deity Ishtar. Inanna's main sanctuary was the Eanna (`House of Heaven') at Uruk, although she had temples or chapels in most cities. (89)

She is often shown in the company of a lion, denoting courage, and sometimes even riding the lion as a sign of her supremacy over the 'king of beasts'. In her aspect as goddess of war, Inanna is depicted in the armor of a male, in battle dress (statues frequently show her armed with a quiver and bow) and so is also identified with the Greek goddess Athena Nike. She has been further associated with the goddess Demeter as a fertility deity, and with Persephone as a dying-and-reviving god figure, no doubt a carry-over from her original incarnation as a rural goddess of agriculture.

Even without his Power Suit or Aeion abilities, Raven Beak was noted by Samus to be much faster and more agile than his tall physique would imply.[2] In addition, his battle prowess is seen in his victory over the E.M.M.I-01P with little apparent effort, while Samus could not even scratch the machines without extensive upgrades. He also had high enough endurance that not even Samus striking his arm could break his grasp on her neck. In the end, his power was so overwhelming that even a fully upgraded Samus was helpless to defeat him without fully harnessing her Metroid powers.

  • Second Titan WarPreviousFirst Titan WarBeginningEndDecember 21, 2005August 18, 2009PlaceUnited States of AmericaOutcomeOlympian victory

  • Kronos' essence scattered

  • Gods have to claim their children by age 13

  • New cabins built for the other gods and goddesses

  • Annabeth made Architect of Olympus

  • Grover Underwood promoted to the Council of Cloven Elders

  • Tyson made a General

  • Percy Jackson gets offered to become a deity but denies it

  • Typhon imprisoned in Tartarus

  • Commanders Zeus (Gods)

  • Percy Jackson (Greek demigods)

  • Grover Underwood (Nature spirits)

  • Chiron (Centaurs)

  • Thalia Grace (Hunters of Artemis)

  • Jason Grace & Reyna Ramírez-Arellano (Roman demigods)

  • Poseidon (Cyclopes & Mermen)

  • Hades (Undead Soldiers)

  • Kronos

  • Hyperion

  • Krios

  • Atlas (temporarily in The Titan's Curse)

  • Luke Castellan (traitor demigods)

  • Iapetus (until memory was wiped in The Demigod Files)

Sides Olympian Army Titan Army Casualties About two dozen demigods and an unknown amount of nature spirits. Hundreds of demigods and monsters.

War Clerics are tacticians, strategists, and warmongers. They are desperate to prove themselves on the battlefield. Because of this, the gods that they follow do not necessarily need to be the gods of bloodshed and pain. They can also be gods of thought, strategy, and victory.

Ikumi later reported to Erina that she was challenged to a Shokugeki by none other than Sōma on behalf of the Don RS with the condition that he would be expelled if he lost the match. Delighted to know that her opportunity to expel him had arrived, she allowed Ikumi take the challenge in her name. After Ikumi notified her that she would be using A5 beef to secure victory, Erina confidently left the Shokugeki in her hands. On the day of the Shokugeki, Erina personally came to the Shokugeki Arena to watch what was to be Sōma's first Shokugeki and ensure that the battle would be Sōma's last act in Tōtsuki.

Nike is most famous for 'The Swoosh,' (2) the term givento the symbol that appears on Nike products. The design of the swoosh logowas inspired by the wing of the Greek goddess Nike. An important aspect ofidentification is the name associated with the product: Nike is thepersonification of victory--a goddess that can run and fly at greatspeed--Nike's corporate identity revolves around the concepts ofvictory, success and speed. (3) As if it were a living organism, Nike hasappropriated the same conception of speed, making it part of its own geneticcode, its own history or genealogy. (4) This is apparent if we consider the'NikeGenealogy' web site ('Nike' in red in the original.The two words are fused to stress their symbolic connection). (5) 041b061a72


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