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Phoebus

Phoebus was the name used in classical mythology for Apollo in his role as god of the sun. His son was Phaeton. Under the alternate spelling Phevos and together with Athena, he is a mascot of the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.

He should not be confused with Phobos.



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