Son of Leto (Mother) (daugter of a titan)
Taught the art of healing to humans
- first victor of the olympic games
A conclusion of Apollo
Born on the island of Delos
Brother of Artemis
In charge of the Delphic Oracle, after he killed the python who had controled it in the past. He proved his honor and worth through this
At his birth he was fed nectar and ambrosia
He immediately wanted a lyre and bow, he is god of archery
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