Category:Minerva

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སྨི་ཉི་ཝ།; Minerva; Mínerva; Minerva; Минерва; Menerva; مائینروا; Minerva; Мінерва; 彌涅耳瓦; 弥涅耳瓦; Minerva; 미네르바; Минерва; Minerva; Минерва; Minerva; Minerva; মিনার্ভা; Minerve; Minerva; मिनर्व्हा; Minerva; Minerva; Minerva; Минерва; 弥涅耳瓦; Minerva; Minerva; Minerva; مينيرفا; Minerva; 米娜娃; Minerva; Minerva; Minerva; Minerva; Minerva; Minéirve; Միներվա; 弥涅耳瓦; Mînêrva; მინერვა; ミネルウァ; Minerva; مينيرفا; מינרווה; Minerva; मिनर्वा; 弥涅耳瓦; Minerva; மினெர்வா; Minerva; 弥涅耳瓦; Minerva; 彌涅耳瓦; Minerva; Minerva; มิเนอร์วา; Minerva; Minerva; Minerva; Minerva; Minerva; Minerva; Minerva; Minerva; Минерва; Minerva; Minerva; Minerva; Minerwa; Минерва; Minerva; 彌涅耳瓦; مینرو; Minerva; Мінерва; Minerva; Minerva; Μινέρβα; ਮਿਨਰਵਾ; diosa romana de la sabiduría; római istennő; vanarooma jumalanna; в римской мифологии богиня мудрости; römische Göttin; divindade romana; romiešu mitoloģijā gudrības dieviete; romersk gudinde; zeița înțelepciunii la romani; gudinna inom romersk mytologi; Romeinse godin van het verstand, van de vindingrijkheid van de menselijke geest; deessa de la saviesa i de les arts en la religió romana; déesse romaine; roomalaisessa mytologiassa viisauden ja käsityötaidon jumalatar; Roman goddess of wisdom and sponsor of arts, trade, and defense; divinità romana della guerra e della saggezza; římská bohyně; ਸਿਆਣਪ ਦੀ ਰੋਮਨ ਦੇਵੀ; Minerva; ミネルワ; ミネルヴァ; ミネルバ; Minerve pallas; Minerva; Minerva; เทพีมิเนอร์วา; מינרבה; מנרווה; מינרוה; مينرو; Minerva; Minervo; Menvra; 미너바; Menrva; منيرفا; 密涅瓦; Longatis
Minerva 
Roman goddess of wisdom and sponsor of arts, trade, and defense
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Minerva was the Roman virgin goddess of warriors, poetry, medicine, wisdom, commerce, weaving, crafts, and the inventor of music. She is often depicted with an owl, her sacred creature and, through this connection, a symbol of wisdom.

She is thought to share a common root with Athena, comming to Italy (it is thought) via Etruria. For this reason depictions of both Athena and Minerva often show many similarities.

This is a category for exclusive Ancient Roman depictions of the Roman goddess Minerva. For her images in post-antique media please use Category:Athena and its sub-categories, such as Category:Paintings of Athena and Category:Athena in post-antique statues.

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