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Minerva could teach me nothing
There was a fair maiden called Archne. She was clever with a needle and loom. She weaved beautiful pictures.
Archne thinks she better then Minerva who is a God.
When Arachne said "Minerva could teach me nothing" to the crowd that's watching her weave. Then Minerva comes down looking like a old women, so no one would know who she was.
When Arachne was arguing with the old women about if Minerva was better then Archne, the old women took her cloak. The old women said she was Minerva. Archne and Minerva battles about who was better at weaving.
When the battle was over, Archne looked at Minerva picture and knew she was defeated by Minerva.
Before Archne could run. Minerva tore up Arachne embroidery into pieces. The Minerva shriveled up Archne.
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