I would have a much more interesting subject for the sculptor than Athena. I mean, those eyebrows are thick enough for the goddess. The painting would be much better with me.
Once upon a time, there lived a beautiful maiden in the City of Athens. Her name was Medusa. She was considered the most lovely girl out of the others. But knowing that others think she is the most lovely, she would boast about it everyday and it would get worse.
It's a shame such a beautiful temple was wasted on Athena. I'm much prettier and I would've done much better.
She would explain how beautiful she was to everyone who would stay long enough to listen to her boast about her beauty. That was until one day she and her friends went to the Parthenon . The Parthenon was the largest temple on the land for Athena. Everyone who walked in the Temple was in awe. All but except Medusa.
I am so much more beautiful than Athena what a waste of this temple for her
When Medusa was inside the temple, she saw many different paintings and sculptures but didn't really have a awe for them. She explained how it would be better if she was in charge and she would have better subjects for the temple. She even commented on a painting that had the goddness on it and how the painter did a good job with the thick eyebrows. She wondered how it would be much better if the painting was one of her.
How dare you say u are prettier than ME!!! Even if it's true, your beauty helps no one but YOURSELF!
After Medusa reached the altar, Medusa was talking about how the temple was so beautiful. But too bad it was wasted on Athena. She also talked about how much better the subjects would be if it was someone as delicate as Medusa. She said that she was much prettier than Athena and that she might even have her own temple some day.
Everyone around her gasped. Eveyrone started to leave. They knew that Athena was always watching over the city and feared if Athena heard Medusa's rash remarks. But Medusa wasn't aware that others are gone so she kept staring that the bronze door.
Now she was all alone admiring herself on the bronze door and talking about how beautiful she was. Then her reflection wavered and suddenly, instead of her own features, she saw the one of Athena. Athena called Medusa a foolish and vain girl that even of she was prettier than Athena herself, beauty is all what she cared about and that didn't help anyone else.