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Subject:Minerva
Time:10:57 pm
Almost everyday here at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) I passed a green statue of Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom. I just thought I'd mention it since there are only three other entries in this journal so far. I would love to hear any comments people would like to say about Minerva.
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minerva_sky
Subject:minerva
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Time:2004-11-04 10:46 am (UTC)
Minerva is (obviously) my favorite roman goddess. Call me a feminist or what have you, but I like that a woman is the representation of wisdom and justice. When I read Virgil's The Aeneid for my freshmen english class I completely fell in love with her!
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pans_piper
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Time:2005-06-30 10:55 am (UTC)
THIS is an article about Athena, but will give you places to start looking about Minerva, as well.

THIS isn't too bad but lacks links to sources.

WIKIPEDIA is usually worth a look, as well.
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