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She is the most constant divine supporter of the Greeks and divine enemy of the Trojans. Athena's function is to be a goddess of pro-Greek warfare. She came to the aid of the Greeks many times throughout the war. For instance, Athena came down from the sky to stop Achilleus from attacking Agamemnon (Steiner). Andre Michalopoulous confirms this action by quoting what Athena says to Achilles : I came from heaven to stay thine anger, if perchance though wilt hearken to me, being sent forth of the white-armed goddess Hera, that loveth you twain alike and careth for you.
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