Metis, in ancient Greek religion, was a mythical Titaness belonging to the second generation of Titans. The Stoic commentators allegorized Metis as the embodiment of “prudence”, “wisdom” or “wise counsel”, in which form she was inherited by the Renaissance. The Greek word metis meant a quality that combined wisdom and cunning. This quality was considered to be highly admirable, the hero Odysseus being the embodiment of it. Metis was the one who gave Zeus a potion to cause Cronus to vomit out Zeus’ siblings.
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