Arachne the Weaver storyboard
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Surely you were taught by Athena!
I'm certainly better than Athena! I've learned nothing from Athena's teaching.
Athena accepts Arachne's challenge when she was disrespectful of her skills.
Athena worked more quickly and skillfully with her tapestries than Arachne, but Arachne still felt hers were lovelier, insulting the gods.
Vain girl, since you love to weave so very much, why don't you go and spin forever.
The moral of the story is that one shouldn't be disrespectful of others, or else, consequences happen.
By Dorothy Roggero and Nicole Thomas
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