Well, to the Romans Minerva was their equivalent for her. However, Athena was primarily a Goddess of Wisdom and Law. Her warrior attributes come from her father Zeus and those spread into her duty to protect cities and it's justice systems, but she was born from her father's brain so to speak, not conventionally birthed from a woman's flesh. If really, anything, this Athena is a bit more true to form, but there's not much separation that goes on between her lawful and her warrior side. They're entwined, but it is nice to see depictions of mainly her Wisdom side.