Answer: actually she jumped out of her father’s Zeus head, while breaking his front, already dressed in military dresses with lances and horns – together with Dyonisos, the God of wine and lust, the only one to be born of ‘father’. She never got married and had no children, godess of intellectual activity mainly linked to war. Appears around the story of the troyan war as participating to the competition of ‘who the best Godess’, quizz made to Paris, son of the King of Troy, along with Hera and Aphrodite. As Paris chooses neither home (Hera) nor intellectual strength (Athina) but flesh (Aphrodite), in the promise of the last to find the most beautiful woman to him, who will be the wife of one of the most powerful men of Greece – the brother of King Agamemnonas – as much as Athina as Hera will defend the camp of the ‘greek’ during the troyan war. And in spite of Zeus obvious liking of Aphrodite, he can’t but turn the war to her disadvantage.