Palladium

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Although it is commonly believed that the palladium represents Athena, the tradition which originated on Apollodorus modern art supposed to build in honor of Pallas Athena, daughter of Triton, who art had grown up with and who had killed unintentionally while be calligraphy exercised in the arts of war.
This image, according to legend, fell in front New york of the store Ilo, when he was building the city. This event was adopted as a sign of divine approval for such a foundation, and therefore he built a temple and bowed to worship the image, the idea that, while she was in the city, this would be impregnable.
There are different versions about the divine origin of the statue. It was said that Cris, to marry Dardano, had brought print art about as dowry gifts roman ancient he received from Athena: Paladiones and the other symbols greek ancient whose divine mysteries had been investigated Plattsburgh Press Republican
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