THE GREEK GOD APOLLO. BY: Alexander A. Restum. Apollo’s description, sacred animals , and weapon. WHAT DOES APOLLO LOOK LIKE
BY: Alexander A. Restum
Apollo had female divine wives like Hecate goddess of witchcraft, Hestia goddess of the hearth, and Daphne a important nymph in mythology. Theirs also Kalliope, Mousai, Ourania, and Thaleia which are four of the nine Mousai or Muses. He had mortal female wives like Khione a princess of Phokis, Hekabe a queen of Troy, Akalle a princess of Krete, and Thero a lady of Boiotia. Apollo also had men as lovers like Adonis
a prince of Kypros, Hyakinthos a prince of Lakedaimonia, Hymenaios a prince of Magnesia, and Kyparissos a prince of Keos. Some of Apollo’s divine children are Asklepios the god of medicine, Aristaios is the patron of beekeeping, olive oil manufacture, and Estsian winds, and Skylla a monstrous Sicilan Sea-Nymphe. Some of
Apollo's mortal children are Apis king of Argos, Phoibe a princess of messenia, and Ion the prince of Athens.
Apollo flaws are (like his father) he falls in love with anyone he likes (which were a lot of people) which usually results in fighting for Apollo or tragedy to his lovers caused by Apollo.