Apollo is the God of light, prophecy, music and medicine in ancient Greek mythology, and the God of disaster elimination. It is also the patron saint of human civilization, migration and navigation. He was also the son of Zeus and Leto and the twin brother of Artemis.
Apollo is also called Phobos Apollo, and Phobos means “bright” or “brilliant”. Apollo is the most handsome of all male gods. He is happy, smart and has a sunny temperament. He is the object of praise in many artists’ poems and paintings.
In the divine spectrum, the sun god refers to Helios. He was the son of the God of light, heboris. Apollo was the God of art, not the sun god. In the famous Homer Epic (8th century BC), Apollo was called the king of bows and arrows, the God of long-range shooting and the king of golden sword.