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Apollo The Greek God of Sun
Transcript of Apollo The Greek God of Sun
Apollo's parents are Zeus and Leto.("Apollo")
He always carries a bow and arrow.("Gods and heroes")
Apollo invented the idea of male beauty.("Gods and heroes")
Apollo is also god of the sun.("God of the sun")
Drove his Chariot with fiery horses across the sky to represent himself.("God of the sun")
First achievement was to get rid of python.("Apollo") Links to Modern Day Apollo Mission NASA named their space mission "Apollo" because it was a mission to study the sun. Apollo is the god of sun.("God of Sun") This theater is located in New York city. It is famous for it's name. ("Apollo") Works Cited Page Family Parents are: Zeus and Leto("God of the sun")
Sister: Artemis.("God of the sun") Apollo is a master of art.("Apollo")
He was always against evil, he did not like fighting.("Apollo")
Apollo either carries a lyre or a bow to represent himself and peace.("Apollo") Characteristics Roman Names God of prophecy, God of healing, God of music, God of truth.("Gods and Heroes") Lyre: a music instrument that brings peace.("Apollo")
Bow: A weapon that represents defense. ("Apollo") Symbol Parada, Carlos. “Apollo.” Greek mythology Link, Maicar, n.d. Web. April 15, 2012.
Patel, Michael. “Gods and heroes.” Your discovery. Discovery channel, n.d. Web. April 17, 2012.
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Leadbetter, Ron. “Apollo.” Pantheon. N.p. January 24, 2004. Web. April 17, 2012.