The Competition: Athena & Poseidon
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In Greece, many of the towns had a god to look after them. Poseidon liked to pick coastal towns because he was the lord of the sea.
One day, both Athena and Posiedon claimed the same town. They held a contest and whoever won could watch over the town.
Poseidon slapped his specter against a rock to give the people water. But when they tasted it, it was salt water!
Athena waved her arm and then an olive tree appeared. The people were happy about this because the olives tasted good and they could use the wood for building houses.
In the end, Poseidon declared Athena the winner of the contest.
And after the contest, the people of the town named their town Athens in honor of Athena.
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