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Phoebus

(fē`bəs) or

Phoebus Apollo:

see ApolloApollo
, in Greek religion and mythology, one of the most important Olympian gods, concerned especially with prophecy, medicine, music and poetry, archery, and various bucolic arts, particularly the care of flocks and herds.
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Phoebus

epithet of Apollo as the sun god. [Gk. Myth.: Benét, 42]
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Phoebus, et le grand Pan, le seigneur des moissons.
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Entre los enamorados de Esmeralda tambien se encuentran el poeta Pierre Gringoire, cuya vida ha sido salvada en una oportunidad gracias a la intervencion de Esmeralda, y el capitan Phoebus, por quien late el corazon de la gitanilla, a pesar de la poca valia de ese galan.
Upon Phaeton's arrival, Phoebus swears upon the waters of the Styx that he is indeed his son, and to assuage any doubts pledges to grant him any wish that he desires.