Apollo is a multi-talented greek god of prophecy, music, intellectual pursuits, healing, illness, and sometimes the sun. often at odds with the brain Writers, beardless Apollo his half-brother, hedonistic Dionysus, god of wine.
Leto (Latona) and Zeus (Jupiter) are the parents of a versatile god Apollo and his twin sister Artemis (Diana), the hunter virgin.
Apollo is depicted as a beardless youth (Ephèbe). His attributes are the tripod, omphalos, lyre, bow and arrows, laurel, hawk, raven or crow, swan, the lion, eggs, snakes, mice, grasshoppers, and Griffin.
Although often associated with the sun, Apollo was not originally a sun god. In Homer, Apollo is the god of prophecy and pests. There is also a warrior of the Trojan War. [Gods in the Iliad shows how the gods favor.] Elsewhere Apollo is a god of healing and the arts – especially music (Apollo taught Orpheus playing the lyre) – archery, agriculture. His arrows can send the plague, as is the case in Paper I. Iliad
Apollo mated with many women and some men. He was not sure to resist his advances. When the light Cassandra refused him, he punished her by making it impossible for people to believe her prophecies. When Daphne tried to reject Apollo, his father “helped” by his sound is transformed into a laurel.Apollo created mostly men, including Asclepius.
Apollo becomes a work:
Apollo is a god of healing. Transmitting this power to his son Asclepius, who took advantage of its ability to heal by raising the dead men. Zeus punished him by hitting Aesculapius with a thunderbolt. Apollo retaliated by killing the Cyclopes, who had created a ray.
Zeus punished Apollo, who cited his years of forced labor, which he spent as a shepherd and a king Admetus deadly. Alcestis of Euripides’ tragedy for the premium paid for the Apollo Admetus.
Apollo in the Trojan War:
The Trojan War was a watershed event for the Greeks. In the Iliad (attributed to Homer), Zeus attempts to maintain neutrality during the war, but the other gods and goddesses take sides.
Apollo and his sister Artemis to side with the Trojans in the Trojan War. In the first book of the Iliad, Apollo is angry with the Greeks for refusing to return the girl to his priest Crises. To punish, showers god of the Greeks with arrows of pestilence, plague, perhaps because the Apollo is sending a specific aspect related to the mouse, a kind of Apollo, the god mouseY.
Homeric Hymn to Pythian Apollo:
It is a hymn called Homeric Hymn to Pythian Apollo, because it has been attributed to Homer, written in honor of Apollo, who killed the python. There is another Homeric Hymn to Apollo Delians, Delos honor, his hometown.
Apollo and the laurel wreath of victory:
Apollo killed the python, has been involved musically with another god Pan, and insulted other god, the god of love (Eros / Amor / Love). After the last, Cupid shot his arrows with a special love of Apollo was a disastrous, unrequited. Daphne, the object of his love, the metamorphosis into a laurel tree to avoid it. Laurel leaves was used to crown the victors of the Pythian Games.Apollo penalty for the crime of murder Python is associated with laurel leaves, as well.
Apollo Century Culture 20:
The United States has used the name of the Greek god Apollo for the Apollo program of NASA (1963 – 1972) whose aim was to take people to the moon.
Apollo is also a memorable presence of the original Star Trek television series, in which he tried to find the faithful.Apollo has many features, but it was not originally the sun god Helios Chariot-riding. He was the god of prophecy, healing, music, archery, light and truth, the twin brother of Artemis (in greek) or Diana (Rome), which was associated with the moon.
Perhaps the first reference to Apollo the sun god Helios occur in the surviving fragments of Euripides ‘Phaethon’. Phaeton was one of the coaches, and Homer, the goddess of the dawn, Eos. E ‘was also the name of the son of the sun god, who foolishly drove his father’s sun chariot and died in privilege.
In the Hellenistic and Roman literature, Apollo is associated with the sun. firm connection with the sun can be attributed to Ovid’s Metamorphoses popular American (43 BC – 17 AD).