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Profile of the Greek God Apollo - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Learn about Apollo, a very popular Greek and Roman god, his passions, gifts to mankind, and association with the sun. Also learn about Apollo's application in ...
Greek God Apollo - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Usually portrayed as handsome and youthful, Apollo is the god of prophecy, music, and healing. Sometimes Apollo is called the sun god, as well, although ...
Apollo - Olympian Gods of Ancient Greek Mythology
Most people know of Apollo only as a sun god, but he's much more. Apollo, sometimes called Phoebus with or without Apollo, is a Greek and Roman god with ...
Fast Facts on Apollo, Greek God of the Sun
Symbol or Attribute of Apollo: The Sun itself, the lyre (a type of musical instrument ), the bow, and the chariot he drives across the sky daily, borrowed from an ...
The God Apollo - Facts About the Olympians
Fast facts about the Olympian god Apollo. ... Apollo was the god of music, poetry, prophecy, light, plague, and healing; later, the sun. Canonical Olympian? Yes ...
Apollo - Greek God Picture Gallery - Ancient/Classical History
Pictures of the Greek god Apollo showing some of his many attributes and associations. As a poetry and music god, Apollo leads the Muses. It is because of  ...
Bulfinch's Version of the Story of Apollo and Daphne
The story of Apollo and Daphne, where Apollo is so despised that his love object would rather become a tree.
Apollo, Greek God Apollo Picture Gallery - Ancient/Classical History
Apollo Statue. Apollo - Alun Salt at Flickr.com. Apollo . Alun Salt at Flickr.com. Gallery. Our Expert Recommends. Poseidon / Neptune Pictures · Athena / Minerva ...
Apollo Tortures Marsyas - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
St Petersburg - Hermitage - Punishment of Marsyas for daring to challenge Apollo to a music contest. Roman, after Greek sculptural group of the second half of ...
Apollo - Greek God Apollo - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Resources on the god Apollo who was called Apollo by both the Greeks and the Romans.
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