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Phoibos in a sentence

1. Apollo's chief epithet was Phoebus (/ˈfiːbəs/ FEE-bəs; Φοῖβος, Phoibos Greek pronunciation: [pʰó͜i.bos]), literally "bright".

2. At Cuma the Sybil is the priestess of both Phoibos and Trivia.

3. for I might be made into the gods' curse ... upon you, on that day when Paris and Phoibos Apollo...destroy you in the Skainan gates, for all your valor.

4. In many polytheistic religions, such as those of ancient Greece and Rome, a deity's epithets generally reflected a particular aspect of that god's essence and role, for which their influence may be obtained for a specific occasion: Apollo Musagetes is "Apollo, [as] leader of the Muses" and therefore patron of the arts and sciences while Phoibos Apollo is the same deity, but as shining sun-god.

5. do you, Phoibos [Apollo], give some pleasing favour in return".

6. Aristeas narrates in the course of his poem that he was "wrapt in Bacchic fury" when he travelled to the north and saw the Arimaspians, as reported by Herodotus: This Aristeas, possessed by Phoibos, visited the Issedones;

7. Phoibos no longer has his house, nor his mantic bay, nor his prophetic spring;

8. This Aristeas, possessed by Phoibos, visited the Issedones;

9. Spirou served as president of the HAU board from 1994 until 2020, and as president of the university until 2012, when he was replaced as university president by Leonidas-Phoibos Koskos, who served concurrently as managing director of the HAU.

10. Even as Phoibos Apollo is taking away my Chryseis.

11. "Apollo is the unshorn Phoibos."