There is no Greek God or Goddess of Teachers, officially, but Athena was the Goddess of knowledge and could be considered the patron Goddess of teachers AND students.
There are two goddesses that might be called the "goddess of reason:" Metis and Athene. There is a slight difference between the two. Metis is the Titan of wisdom and knowledge. Athene is the goddess of intelligence.
The muses were considered goddesses. Calliope was the goddess of epic poetry. Clio was the goddess of history. Euterpe was the goddess of music, song, and lyric poetry. Erato was the goddess of love poetry. Melpomene was the goddess of tragedy. Polyhymnia was the goddess of hymns. Terpsichore was the goddess of dance. Thalia was the goddess of comedy. Urania was the goddess of astronomy.
The goddess Demeter. She is also the goddess of agriculture.
The Greek goddess of the wilderness is Artemis. The Roman goddess of the wilderness is Diana.
According to Hinduism the god of knowledge & wisdom is Lord ganesha. Also Goddess saraswati is the Goddess of knowledge.
Minerva is the Roman goddess of knowledge.
The Roman goddess of knowledge is Minerva (or Minerva-Medica), previously seen under the Etruscans as "Menrva". She is also based off the Greek goddess of useful knowledge and wisdom, Athena.
The Hindu Goddess of Knowledge.
Athena,goddess of knowledge.
the goddess of knowledge
the greek goddess of knowledge is Sophia. Sophia is just Greek for wisdom. The actual Greek goddess of wisdom was Athena.
Athena-goddess of knowledge
Yes. Athena is the Greek Goddess of both War and Wisdom.
According to me its white