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    Apollo (Attic‚ Ionic‚ and Homeric Greek: Ἀπόλλων‚ Apollōn (gen.: Ἀπόλλωνος); Doric: Ἀπέλλων‚ Apellōn; Arcadocypriot: Ἀπείλων‚ Apeilōn; Aeolic: Ἄπλουν‚ Aploun; Latin: Apollō) is one of the most important and complex of the Olympian deities in classical Greek and Roman religion and Greek and Roman mythology. The ideal of the kouros (a beardless‚ athletic youth)‚ Apollo has been variously recognized as a god of light and the sun‚ truth and prophecy‚ healing‚ plague‚ music‚ poetry‚ and more. Apollo is

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    The God Apollo Pu‚ Chenshuang Introductory Survey of Art 310 D1 February 28‚ 2014 1 Apollo is known as the god of literature and art. He is also the god of the light‚ medicine‚ livestock and music. He is one of the handsome god in greek mythology. He is the favorite

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    affects others negatively. The god Apollo and his son‚ Phaethon‚ express their pride through negative actions‚ that lead to negative consequences. The sun god‚ Apollo‚ often expresses his pride and over confidence toward others. As a child‚ Apollo often did many cruel and wanton deeds. Apollo journeyed to Olympus to hunt the Python‚ and was successful. Apollo killed the Python in the Oracles of Mother Earth‚ “Knowing that he already violated a shrine‚ Apollo thought he might as well make his

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    Apollo and Dionysus

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    Differences and Similarities: Apollo and Dionysus In Greek Mythology a rivalry always occurs between certain Gods and Goddesses. In the case of Apollo and Dionysus there is no exception. They are half brothers‚ both sons of Zues and they compete just as most brothers do. Though the two Greek Gods‚ Apollo and Dionysus‚ were actually very similar in some ways‚ they severely contrasted in others. Dionysus‚ son of Zues and Semele and Apollo‚ son of Zues and Leto‚ both were born under strange

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    Daphne and Apollo

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    Daphne and Apollo With the complications that love and relationships may bring‚ there are many ways that one may deal with them. Apollo‚ the son of Jupiter and Latona‚ had his own unique way handling relationships and life itself. Apollo was the most the most beautiful and glorious of all the gods. He was the god of music‚ sun‚ medicine‚ poetry‚ and all fine arts. In today’s society‚ various relationships take on the manner in which Apollo conducted his. Coronis‚ a considerate and an

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    Apollo In Greek Mythology

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    (Hamilton‚ 1) The Greeks recognized twelve main gods‚ the brothers‚ sisters‚ and children of the king of the gods Zeus. (Bleiberg) Among these twelve was Zeus’s son Apollo. Although Apollo is best known as the Greek god of music‚ archery‚ healing‚ light‚ and truth‚ he was also known for acts of destruction and nature’s control of life. Apollo was the son of Leto and Zeus and the twin of Artemis. Leto‚ also called Latona‚ was the Titan daughter of

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    The Greek God Apollo

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    The Greek god Apollo was the god of light‚ order‚ reason‚ prophecy‚ arts and muses. He brings life-giving heat and light to Earth. He was the son of Zeus and Leto and the twin brother of Artemis. He is represented as a young and handsome man‚ sometimes in a chariot‚ given to him by his father‚ Zeus. In that chariot‚ he brings the sun back and fourth across the sky once a day. ●●● APOLLO____ The Greek god Apollo was a precocious baby‚ like his sister. He was only four days old

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    Morrell’s Social Studies 6/7 Apollo Research Paper Introduction: Hi. I am about to talk to you about a Greek God named‚Apollo. Apollo was an olympian god of music‚poetry‚ prophecy‚ youth‚ healing‚ and the aversion of plague and harm. Apollo’s Roman and Greek name are the same they are both Apollo. Apollo is usually found in is Mt.Olympus. He has a lot of Myths that say he has been is Mt.Olympus for over 56 years!! Which is actually a lot of years to stay in one place. Apollo has 8 powers and they are

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    Apollo God of the Sun

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    Apollo God of the sun‚ Hermes God of messaging‚ which is just what movie franchises have blown out of proportion and lead us to believe‚ a fallacy of what their true character is. Before the Greek era Apollo was know as Lycian meaning “wolflike” this could have meant that he was the protector of shepherds from wolves or had some divine connection with wolves. And also seen with a bow he would also be referenced as the archer god yet he had no connection to hunters‚ but was know for plagues. His

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    kApollo‚ God Of the Sun Apollo Was The More Supportive Creative one of the Gods among the numerous Greek Gods. The Birth Place of Apollo is on the sunny Greek Islands of Delos‚ Where he was born along side his sister Airtimes. Like all the other Gods Apollo Has strengths and weaknesses too‚ like a few of his strengths are he is creative‚ supportive of all earths creatures‚ and he is also handsome. Some of his weaknesses are like his father Zeus‚ Apollo is all too happy to partake in the charms

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    Apollo Resources: www.personal.psu.edu/djk189/apollo.htm www.theoi.com/olympians/apollon.html www.igreekmythology.com/apollo.html www.men-myths-minds.com/apollo-greek-god.html http://mythagora.com/bios/hera.html http://www.arthistory.sbc.edu/imageswomen/papers/fittoncassandra/cass2.html http://ancienthistory.about.com/cs/grecoromanmyth1/p/Apollo.htm http://www.pantheon.org/articles/a/apollo.html http://www.hipark.austin.isd.tenet.edu/mythology/phaeton.html Apollo‚ the Greek god of

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    Apollo: God Of Music‚ & The Sun. Apollo was the son of the God Zeus & Zeus’s lover Leto. Also born a twin with his sister Artemis only nine days after his birth Apollo came along. He grew a fine young man & became the God of Music & the sun in the coming years to follow. Apollo the son of Zeus & Leto was born into the world with a older twin that was nine days older than him born on the island Delos. His family grew to give him a nickname “Phoebus“ meaning “bright” or “pure”. This name connected

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    Apollo and Green Arrow/ Oliver Queen When I first learned about the Greek god Apollo in my Classical Mythology class‚ he reminded me of Oliver Queen. Oliver Queen is a character from one of my favorite television show called “Smallville”. He inherited a big industrial empire from his parents when they passed away. He was a playboy who did not care to give back to the society and only did what pleases him. One day‚ when Oliver was out on his boat‚ he was pushed overboard into the sea by an employee

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    The Apollo Missions

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    Apollo Space Missions The Apollo Missions I feel weren’t exactly a discovery‚ they were a challenge issued by President John F. Kennedy in 1961. His challenge directed NASA to send‚ and land a man on the moon‚ then bring them home without harm. He also directed NASA to do this within before 1970. One of the main questions that was asked of the Apollo Space Program was could the feat of sending a man to space be achieved by the end of the decade. Another was‚ is the price of sending a manned

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    Apollo 13

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    LEADERSHIP IN CINEMA Apollo 13 (Based on a true story) Submitted by: Pam McDonald E-mail: Pam_McDonald@nifc.blm.gov Phone: 208-387-5318 Audience Rating: PG Released: 1995 Studio: Universal City Studios Genre: Drama Runtime: 140 minutes Materials: VCR or DVD‚ television or projection system‚ Wildland Fire Leadership Values and Principles handouts (single-sided)‚ notepad‚ writing utensil Objective: Students will identify Wildland Fire Leadership Values and Principles illustrated

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    Apollo and Dionysus: Gods of Art and Will In Nietzsche’s first book‚ The Birth of Tragedy‚ he introduces two principles with which he drives his discourse on the nature of art: the Apollonian dream‚ and the Dionysian intoxication. He states his purpose in writing the book‚ saying that “we will have achieved much for scientific study of aesthetics when we come‚ not merely to a logical understanding‚ but also to the certain and immediate apprehension of the fact that the further development of art

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    Apollo 13

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    Apollo 13 The Apollo 13 mission was a significant historical event‚ because of the dangerous repercussions that followed the explosion of the oxygen tank on Apollo 13. The story in which the astronauts Lovell‚ Swigert‚ and Haise surviving these errors during the flight is truly incredible. In the movie Apollo 13‚ the creators depicted most of the events involving the crew’s adventure to and from space quite accurately. Although creating most events successfully the creators of Apollo 13 failed

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    other things‚ not because they are easy‚ but because they are hard.”- John F. Kennedy. The Apollo missions had one main goal‚ to land on the moon and get back to earth safely. Apollo was the third space flight program after Project Gemini and Project Mercury‚ flown by NASA (National Astronautics and Space Administration). The program started in 1967 and was able to land humans on the moon by 1972. The Apollo missions had important effects on technologies and the nation as a result of Kennedy’s dream

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    Jose Professor Pappas AAS 254 16 April 2008 “Our Theater: The Hey Dey of the Apollo Theatre” Apollo was the Greek God of music‚ Poetry and the arts. His temple was at Delphi and was known to be a place of purification. There is a temple of a different that bears the name of the Greek god and its at 253 West 125th Street Harlem in New York City. The Apollo Theater would become as famous as the temple at Delphi. The Apollo Theaters home was in Harlem. Harlem is known worldwide as a major African-American

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    American Literature 6 March 2013 Apollo 11 On July 16‚ 1969‚ Apollo 11 launched from Cape Kennedy to make its journey to the moon. After 109 hours and 42 minutes‚ Commander Neil Armstrong took “one small step for man‚ one giant leap for mankind” on July 20‚ 1969‚ making Apollo 11 the most influential event in American history (Ryba). This mission did all but land someone on the moon‚ it achieved the goal set by the president of the United States‚ it

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