Not really. Apollo was one of the chief gods in the Greek pantheon, and was too important to have a mere constellation; Apollo was represented by the Sun itself.
Phoebus is a Greek word meaning "shining." Since Apollo is the god of bachelorhood and partially of beautiful male youths, he is handsome, and thus, shining.
Apollo is a very very good god, he has a very good side and a dark side like all gods and goddesses have.I have had some amazing experiences with him and like him alot he has helped me also. His presence feels very nice he wont hurt you . He is only dangerous to people who are bad.
Inspite of its dark appearance,the raven is often a solar symbol.In Greece he was sacred to Apollo,The God of light.
Apollo did not heal anyone in particular but when he releasted the plague among humans his father, Zeus ordered him to cure them. his son, asclepius was the god of healing and medicine and it was he that found a way to let mortals live forever. Zeus was outraged at the thought of anyone but the gods being imortal so he killed asclepius with his lightning blot. Apollo was mad at the death of his son so his stormed into mount Olympus and killed the cyclopses that make Zeus' lightning bolts. Zeus was mad at his son so he took away Apollo's imortality and sent Apollo to live among the humasn as a mortal for one year.
Vigorous, moody, feisty, defeating, boastful, playful, protective, loyal, honest, vain, cruel, selfish, powerful, musical, creative.
Yes. His twin sister, Artemis, is the Greek goddess of the moon.
The Roman version of Artemis is Selena.
Apollo was the Greek god of the sun, prophecy, music, and healing. He was the son of Zeus, and the twin of Artemis. His Roman name was also Apollo.
I believe that God was here before everything. In the Holy Bible it says that there was no beginning and there will be no end to God. God is forever and He will never end. Alot of people are wrong when they think about God they think about there own god but there is only one and that is the Heavenly Father and He has a son named Jesus. That is my belief.
He was never born and never die. He was here maybe before he created angels.
Yes, Phoebe and Coeus are the mother and father of Leto (Apollo's mother) and they are Helios' aunt and uncle, as Theia and Hyperion are his parents and the siblings of Phoebe and Coeus.
An award presented by NASA to the people and teams that helped place Apollo 11 on the moon's surface. The text of the award reads
In appreciation of dedicated service to the nation as a member of the team which has advanced the nation's capabilities in aeronautics and space and demonstrated them in many outstanding accomplishments culminating in Apollo 11's successful achievement of man's first landing on the moon, July 20, 1969.
Apollo traveled to different area in and around Greece, where he was - and in some parts, still is - worshiped as a God.
When Hera found out that Leto was pregnant with twins by Zeus, she flew into a jealous rage. She forbid all lands and waters to give Leto rest. Leto travelled all over, unable to give birth. Hera then sent the monster Python to devour Leto. She barely escaped. Finally, she found the island of Delos. It was a new island that was still floating, so it was not technically land but not technically water. That was were Leto gave birth to Artemis and Apollo. Artemis' birth gave Leto no pain at all. She then had to become her mother's midwife while Apollo was being born.
Apollo is a god of the ancient times and immortal therefore he did not die.
Simply people were forced to forget him since the tolerance of the new religion of Christianity by the Emperor Constantine the Great [313 AD/ CE] and the adoption as the official state religion with the Milan decree of Emperor Theodosius wich was issued at 390 AD/ CE.
Delphi is the name of the commercial Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for RAD created by Borland (see www.borland.com). Borland sold out Delphi and other RAD tools in the year 2008 to a company called Embarcadero Technologies which is now focusing on the newer versions of Delphi and other tools.
RAD stands for Rapid Application Development, meaning that common develoment tasks, such as creating user interfaces, have been made much easier. For instance, without RAD you would have to specify XY coordinates for every button and screen element, RAD allows you to drag and drop buttons onto screens using your mouse similar to a Mr. Potato Head.
The programming language in Delphi was Object Pascal, which is similar to the old "Structured" Pascal created by Niklaus Wirth in 1970. Though earlier their was a distinction made between Object Pascal being used as the language of Delphi and Delphi being considered as the IDE for the object pascal language but according to the definition used in the help files in Delphi 7 versions onwards we can see that infact Borland itself rebranded Delphi itself as a language. So, Delphi now becomes a language with a dedicated IDE available for it.
Delphi allows you to create Standard windows programs, ISAPI applications (web applications), Web Services, NT Services, console applications, DLL's, ActiveX controls, and COM objects.
The last version of the software "Delphi" was the Delphi 8 for .NET. After this it become sold as a part of the Borland Developer Studio (or simple BDS) in the versions 2005 and 2006, with the ability to compile for other platforms. At this time, the language stops to calls itself Object Pascal, but Delphi Language instead due the Microsoft .NET Framework support.
There is also a limited-but-free version of the BDS 2006 called Turbo Delphi. Its price is more attractive, but it does not have all the features that your Big Brother has: the languages that it supports aren't integrated, there are separated versions for each language and they can't be installed at the same machine (there is a protection to avoid this). There is another protection that doesn't let you to install additional "features" (Components) in the IDE, but this protection can be removed at a little charge.
The newest version of Delphi as of now is Delphi XE with its launch in 2010 it provides various capabilities to the language. However, there are still certain things missing with Delphi that its competing cousins are having which are - 64 bit support for application development, mobile phone application development and cross platform development to name a few. Though Embarcadero suggests that the Delphi compiler is going to undergo a complete overhaul and restructuring in the coming up releases so people might be seeing 64 bit support in Delphi in not much time. The 64 bit version is promised to be out in the first half of 2011.
Hebe is the Greek goddess of Youth. A daughter of Hera and Zeus, her siblings include: Ares, Enyo, Eileithyia, Hephaestus, and Typhon.
She is half sister to any son or daughter of Zeus by his affairs.
A Greek city state colonised by part of the Dorian people at about the time of the legendary Trojan War.
Corinth is still inhabited and the ancient ruins are a real treat to see. An interesting note, Paul preached there but one who attempts to preach there today will be arrested.
No, you are probaly getting him confused with Hermes.
And hermes only had wings on his sandals
Where Apollo tricked Artemis into killing Orion (of which there are many versions of their relationship and the death of Orion) he did this to in a round about way help his sister keep her vow of virginity. He was jealous and did not want her to marry.
We don't know when he was born. If he is there, he was always there.
Apollo is said to be born on the 7th day of the Greek month Thargelion. (which is estimated to be around May 25th)
Apollo is the son of Zeus and Leto. But Hera, Zeus's wife was angry at Zeus's philandering. Leto could not find a safe place to give birth to her children for even the land feared Hera's wrath. But finally, she found the floating island of Delos and that's where Apollo and his sister Artemis was born.
The twins, Artemis and Apollo were born on the floating island of Delos, in the Aegan Sea. There was a prohibition given to their mother by the goddess Hera that she not give birth on either land or sea. Since Delos was a floating island it was not against Hera's prohibition.
Also, The island (Delos) was surrounded by swans. Afterwards, Zeus secured Delos to the bottom of the ocean. This island later became sacred to Apollo.
It is also stated that Hera kidnapped Ilithyia, the goddess of childbirth, to prevent Leto from going into labor. The other gods tricked Hera into letting her go by offering her a necklace, nine yards (8 m) long, of amber. Mythographers agree that Artemis was born first and then assisted with the birth of Apollo, or that Artemis was born one day before Apollo, on the island of Ortygia and that she helped Leto cross the sea to Delos the next day to give birth to Apollo. Apollo was born on the seventh day (ἡβδομαγενης) of the month Thargelion -according to Delian tradition-or of the month Bysios-according to Delphian tradition. The seventh and twentieth, the days of the new and full moon, were ever afterwards held sacred to him.
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