VIII

Translated from EVROPA SOBERANA

 

Apollo is described by Alcaeus as “fair-haired Phoebus.” Phoebus is Apollo. On the other hand, Alcman of Sparta, Simonides (paean to Delos, 84), and an anonymous author, call Apollo “of golden hair,” while another epithet of his by Góngora, a Spanish author of the Renaissance, but based on classic literary evidence is “blond archpoet.” The famous Sappho of Lesbos speaks of “golden-haired Phoebus” in his hymn to Artemis.

Belvedere_Apollo

Apollo as it was conceived by the very Greek sculptors.
We are talking about a Nordic-white racial type slightly Armenized.
Along with Athena, he was the most worshiped god throughout Greece, and particularly loved in Sparta.

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