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She is often depicted with her sacred creature, an owl usually named as the " owl of Minerva ", which symbolizes her ties to wisdom.
* Minerva is featured on the seal of the " Escuela Comercial Cámara de Comercio ", in Mexico, founded in 1923.
An 18th-century example of topical song intended as a feminist protest song is " Rights of Woman " ( 1795 ), sung to the tune of " God Save the King ", written anonymously by " A Lady ", and published in the Philadelphia Minerva, October 17, 1795.
b ) According to the Bibliotheca Epitome and Proclus in " Ilion's Conquest ", Menelaus raised his sword in front of the temple of Minerva in the central square of Troy to kill her but his wrath went away when he saw her tearing her clothes to reveal her breasts.
In his first chapter, " Economy ", Thoreau notes what he considers the valid objection of Momus / Momos against the house which Minerva / Athena made, that she " had not made it moveable, by which means a bad neighborhood might be avoided ".
This search, using a " Zwicky Box ", is performed by an artificial intelligence named Minerva, who handles most of the computerized functions of the planetary government, is in love with Ira, and becomes friends with Lazarus.
The so-called " Temple of Minerva Medica ", for example, used brick ribs along with step-rings and lightweight pumice aggregate concrete to form a decagonal dome.
Holding his power by universal male suffrage, and having frequently, from his prison or in exile, reproached previous oligarchical governments with neglecting social questions, he set out to solve them by organising a system of government based on the principles of the " Napoleonic Idea ", i. e. of the emperor, the elect of the people as the representative of the democracy, and as such supreme ; and of himself, the representative of the great Napoleon I of France, " who had sprung armed from the French Revolution like Minerva from the head of Jove ", as the guardian of the social gains of the revolutionary period.
Legio I Minervia ( Latin for " First legion Minervia ", " devoted to goddess Minerva ") was a Roman legion levied by emperor Domitian in 82, for the campaign against the Germanic tribe of the Chatti.
" Concept And Object In Frege ", 2000 ( Minerva )
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, founded in 1780, took Minerva as its model, along with the motto " Sub libertate florent ", intending to imply that the arts and sciences flourish best in a free society.
Minerva started out manufacturing standard safety bicycles in 1897, before in 1900 expanding into light cars and " motocyclettes ", particularly motorized bicycles which were a forerunner of motorcycles.
* de Carvalho, Delmar Domingos, de Carvalho, Delmar Domingos, Catálogo da Exposição sob o Tema A Rosa, Rainha das Flores, Símbolo Mítico, Místico e Esotérico, Os Rosacruzes e o Primeiro Centenário da Fraternidade Rosacruz de Max Heindel, edição do author, Depósito Legal 293670 / 09, 24 pages a cores, 2009 ; de Carvalho, Delmar Domingos, Vegetarianismo, a solução para uma vida e mundo melhor, ISBN 978-972-591-753-4, Editorial Minerva ( Lisbon ) 239 pages, 2009 ; de Carvalho, Delmar Domingos, A Quinta Via, Rumo à Cidade da Rosa, 2ª Edição, Revista, prefaciada, aumentada e comentada, ISBN 978-972-591-760-2, Editorial Minerva ( Lisabon ), 184 pages, 2009 ; de Carvalho, Delmar Domingos " Paracelso e a Cosmobiomedicina ", ISBN 978-972-591-749-7, Editorial Minerva ( Lisbon ) 142 pages, 2009 wwww
* de Carvalho, Delmar Domingos, " Meditações de um Neófito ", ISBN 978-972-591-741-1, Editorial Minerva ( Lisbon ) 139 pages, 2008 www

Minerva and 2005
* Mission to Minerva ISBN 978-1-4165-2090-0-May 2005 ( 5th Book in the Giants series )
* Three Women and a Piano Tuner ( 2004 ), Minerva Theatre and Hampstead Theatre ( 2005 )
* Hester Prynne in The Scarlet Letter ( Nathaniel Hawthorne adapted by Phyllis Nagy ) at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester August 2005
In November 2005, Fiji lodged a complaint with the International Seabed Authority concerning Tonga's maritime waters claims surrounding Minerva.
* Micronations: Principality of Minerva, FHM Estonia, January 2005
In 2005, Fiji has made it clear that they do not recognize any maritime water claims by Tonga to the Minerva Reefs under the UNCLOS agreements.
In November 2005, Fiji lodged a complaint with the International Seabed Authority concerning territorial claim over Minerva.
After operating on ACMI basis for Meridiana, AlpiEagles, Minerva, and finally Airone, at the end of 2005, the mamagment sold the airplanes and retired from flight operations.

Minerva and song
* The symbol of Hornsby Girls High School, Australia, is the " Torch of Knowledge " and words of the school song include " Minerva by our southern seas her sacred groves replanted, with whispering gums to woo the breeze that flows o ' er lands enchanted ; with ageless hills she rimmed her bower, her sunlit shrine of learning, and here we keep through shine and shower the Torch of Knowledge burning ..." ( NOTE on Australianisms: gums here means " gum trees " ( eucalyptus ), not a part of the mouth ).
Minerva Mayflower, played by Sandra Bernhard, is sitting on a desk singing the song while it is being played on her headphones.
* " Minerva " ( song ), a 2003 single by Deftones

Minerva and by
Milne was an early screenwriter for the nascent British film industry, writing four stories filmed in 1920 for the company Minerva Films ( founded in 1920 by the actor Leslie Howard and his friend and story editor Adrian Brunel ).
* 1793 – New York City's first daily newspaper, the American Minerva, is established by Noah Webster.
Several days prior to the assassination, Minerva had appeared to him in a dream, announcing she had been disarmed by Jupiter, and would no longer be able to protect him.
In 1920 the short-lived company Minerva Films was founded in London by the actor Leslie Howard ( also producer and director ) and his friend and story editor Adrian Brunel.
" Minerva was worshipped throughout Italy, though only in Rome did she take on the warlike character shared by Athena.
Minerva was worshipped on the Capitoline Hill as one of the Capitoline Triad along with Jupiter and Juno, at the Temple of Minerva Medica, and at the " Delubrum Minervae " a temple founded around 50 BC by Pompey on the site now occupied by the church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva facing the present-day Piazza della Minerva.
* The Minerva head has been associated with the Chartered Society of Designers since its inception in 1930 and has been redefined several times during the history of the Society by notable graphic designers.
UNCG also has a Minerva statue, donated by the Class of 1953.
" Minerva is still venerated by seniors and their ' torch bearers ' during a pre-graduation ritual called " Torch Night " there.
* The Minerva head has been associated with the Chartered Society of Designers since its inception in 1930 and has been redefined several times during the history of the Society by notable graphic designers.
* Minerva is displayed on the Medal of Honor, the highest military decoration awarded by the United States government.
* The Minerva Roundabout in Guadalajara, Mexico, located at the crossing of the López Mateos, Vallarta, López Cotilla, Agustín Yáñez and Golfo de Cortez avenues, features the goddess standing on a pedestal, surrounded by a large fountain, with an inscription which says " Justice, wisdom and strength guard this loyal city ".
* Republic of Minerva, another libertarian project that succeeded in building a small man-made island on the Minerva Reefs south of Fiji in 1972 before being invaded by troops from Tonga, who formally annexed it before destroying the island.
To give two examples, the marble statue of Cristo della Minerva ( church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome ) was covered by added drapery, as it remains today, and the statue of the naked child Jesus in Madonna of Bruges ( The Church of Our Lady in Bruges, Belgium ) remained covered for several decades.

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Minerva ( Etruscan: Menrva ) was the Roman goddess whom Romans from the 2nd century BC onwards equated with the Greek goddess Athena.
Extrapolating from her Roman nature, it is assumed that in Etruscan mythology, Minerva was the goddess of wisdom, war, art, schools and commerce.
Like Athena, Minerva was born from the head of her father, Jupiter ( Greek Zeus ).
* Minerva is featured on the seals of many schools and colleges: on that of Union College in Schenectady, NY, the motto is ( translated from the French ) " Under the laws of Minerva, we are all brothers.
* The Seal of California depicts the Goddess Minerva having sprung full grown from the brain of Jupiter.
This vase suggests he was descended partly from Apollo ( thus partly divine, shades of Achilles ), whom he worshiped as a God, gave private parties in his honor together with Minerva, Roman Goddess of War, from the founder of Rome, and his connection to his uncle Julius Caesar, for whom as a young man he gave a remarkable funeral oratory, and who adopted him on his father's death, when he was only four.
Silver plate with goddess Minerva from the Hildesheim Treasure, 1st century BC
Cogidubnus / Togidubnus is known from a reference to his loyalty in Tacitus's Agricola, and from an inscription commemorating a temple dedicated to Neptune and Minerva found in nearby Chichester.
Minerva has been a part of campus from the first diploma bearing her likeness in 1894 to the statue erected near the center in 2003.
), a Perseus, a satyr — Marsyas — admiring the flute and Minerva ( Athena ), a Hercules, which was taken to the shrine dedicated by Pompey the Great at the Circus Maximus, Discobolus ( the discus thrower ), and an Apollo for Ephesus, " which Antony the triumvir took from the Ephesians, but the deified Augustus restored it again after being warned in a dream ".
The most ancient buildings currently visible are from the 3rd century BC, notably the Castrum ( military camp ); of a slightly later date is the Capitolium ( temple of Jupiter, Juno and Minerva ).
The film culminates in a showdown at Leonardo's castle, between the remaining CIA agents, the Mayflowers, and the team of Hudson, Five-Tone, and Baragli, to stop the Mayflowers from successfully operating the machine, during which Kit Kat and Butterfingers are betrayed and killed by Minerva.
The Town of Newcomb was established in 1828 from parts of the Towns of Minerva and Moriah.
Hague competed in the old Marcy League, which included teams from Bolton Landing, Chestertown, Horicon, Pottersville, Keene Valley, Indian Lake, Minerva, Newcomb, Long Lake, and Wells.
* 1939 oral history memoir from Minerva Fessing Oatfield ( an acquaintance of Abigail Scott Duniway ), on the Library of Congress website
There was also a short-lived hovercraft service ; Minerva and Mercury linked Hull Pier and Grimsby Docks from February to October 1969, but suffered frequent mechanical failures.
* George Călinescu, Istoria literaturii române de la origini până în prezent (" The History of Romanian Literature from Its Origins to Present Times "), Editura Minerva, Bucharest, 1986
The interior, a basilica with nave and two aisles, contains columns said to come from a temple of Minerva and a fine mosaic pavement of 1166, with interesting representations of the months, Old Testament subjects and others.
In the center is Minerva, personifying the United States, standing with left hand resting of fasces and right hand holding a shield blazoned with the shield from the coat of arms of the United States.
* Minerva Chases the Vices from the Garden of Virtue ( c. 1502 )

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