A priestess of Apollo at Delphi.
(Greek mythology) a temple at Delphi where a priestess supposedly delivered messages from Apollo to those who sought advice; the messages were usually obscure or ambiguous.
Apollo's son, the god of medicine.
Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae
(Greek mythology) dragon killed by Apollo at Delphi.
Phoebus Apollo [sun-god]
Apollonius OF RHODES
Among the crowd of Olympian gods the one most widely admired was Apollo.
Even though Apollo was a god, he and Hyacinthus were the best of friends.
"Phevos is the Greek name for Apollo, god of light and music. "
A nymph who metamorphosed into a laurel tree as a means of escaping from Apollo.
One of the three Fates, the cutter of the thread of destiny.
They vowed a temple to Apollo.
Here Aeneas consulted the oracle of Apollo and received an answer, ambiguous as usual...
The god Apollo, however, knew of Achilles' weak spot and told Paris about it.
Apollo and Hyacinthus went to the big field near Apollo's house.
Apollo, the Sun God, bring warmth to you!