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Edit Storyline A charmingly awkward high school senior turns out to have the spirit of the ancient warrior goddess Athena inside her. Based on the graphic novel of the same name written by Eleni Romanias and illustrated by Bryan GoldenGreek Goddess is about this modern day Athena being thrown into a journey to save the Earth when the almighty Ares comes seeking revenge. As she goes from flag twirler to spear wielder, will looiing apologetic band geek really be able to compete against the God of War?
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A full-lipped, cheek-chiselled man in Ancient Greece knew two things - that his beauty was a blessing a gift of the gods no less and that his perfect exterior hid an inner perfection. For the Greeks a beautiful body was considered direct evidence of a beautiful mind.
They even had a word for it - kaloskagathos - which meant being gorgeous to look at, and hence being a good person. Not very politically correct, I know, but the horrible truth is that pretty Greek boys would have swaggered around convinced they were triply blessed - beautiful, brainy and god-beloved. So what made them fit? For years, classical Greek sculpture was believed to be a perfectionist fantasy - an impossible ideal, but we now think a of the exquisite statues from the 5th to the 3rd Centuries BC were in fact cast from life - a real person was covered with plaster, and the mould created was then used to make the sculpture.
An average Athenian or Spartan citizen would have been seriously ripped - thin-waisted, small-penised, oiled from his "glistening lovelocks" down to his ideally slim toes. A rather different story though when it comes to the female of the species.
She was evil because she was beautiful, and beautiful because she was evil. ❶So what made them fit? The literary Helen drew men both to her bed and to their deaths. Being a handsome woman, by definition, spelt trouble. They even had a word for it - kaloskagathos - which meant being gorgeous to look at, and hence being a good person. The Ancient Greeks were, I'm afraid, faceist.
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