Apollo Statue - God of the sun
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The gods and goddesses had a significant part in the life of ancient Greeks. In ancient Greek and Roman mythology, Apollo is one of the most adored and prominent gods. This complicated deity was the god of archery, music, dancing, truth, and foresight, as well as the sun.
Apollo is the son of ZEUS and the Titan LETO, and he was born alongside his elder twin sister, the goddess of the hunt, ARTEMIS. He is the god who aids and defends against evil, and he is also associated with medicine and healing.
As the inventor of archery, he always carried a golden bow and quiver of silver arrows. He was also famed for playing his golden lyre, which he used to entertain Olympus’s gods and goddesses. Hermes made his lyre, a stringed instrument that looked like a small harp.
He is the personification of kalokagathia, the Hellenic ideal of balance, moderation, and physical excellence combined with moral integrity. Apollo is the only major god whose name occurs in both Greek and Roman mythology, and he appears in art and literature as often as Zeus.
The true meaning of the name Apollo is still unknown. Many Greeks believe that it means “destroyer.” But the majority of modern researchers believe that the Greek word apella, which means “a sheepfold,” is the source of Apollo’s moniker. There’s a chance this means Apollo was originally only a shepherd for flocks and herds of animals.
Due to the fact that Apollo was in charge of so many things, even his most well-known epithets are varied. As a sun deity, he was known as Phoebus, which means “bright.” The Greeks dubbed him “Loxias,” or “The One Who Speaks Crookedly,” as a prophet. He was referred to as the “Leader of the Muses” because of his role as the god of music. The locations of Apollo’s birth and worship bestowed upon him three additional titles: “Delian,” “Delphic,” and “Pythian.”
Apollo made his debut appearance in episode two of Blood of Zeus. He, like Heron and Hermes, is Zeus’s illegitimate son. He is indeed a member of the Pantheon, the Mount Olympus-dwelling gods.
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