Lady of Athens Goddess Neith Brought by Egyptian Cecrops Symbolized the Setback of the Invading Atlanteans

Cecropia circa 1350 b. c. was the original name of the city of Athens, but soon thereafter the goddess whom Cecrops had brought from Egypt, the sky goddess Neith, became the new namesake, Athens, and the goddess Athena legendarily had to defeat Posidon for ownership of that city, symbolic of the defeat of the Atlanteans by the Athenians described in Plato’s rendition about Atlantis, also known legendarily as the defeat of the Titans by the Olympians.