Book: PAIAWON APOLLO - THE SUN GOD by Daniel Peter Buckleycategories: Book, Minoans, Anatolians, Hurrians, Akkadians, Archer God, Master of Animals, Sun God, Apollo, Ancient History
Daniel Peter Buckleyabout this book: This book was forged during research into the ancient Minoan world of Crete working on my first printed book on ancient deities.
Many deities have played a part in the long march and growth of civilisations around the world.
Paiawon was a name that captured my attention and fuelled further research into the deity and his ancient origins.
Following the deities long journey from East to West revealed the varied names associated with the Sun and Archer deity in the different cutures he was worshipped within.
Readers who enjoy ancient history and can keep an open mind will enjoy exploring the origins of Paiawon Apollo the Sun God.
Known as Reshep on Cyprus and in Ugarit the harbour and gateway to the East and Mesopotamia on the Syrian coast.
Miletus the city on the Anatolian coast was said to have been found by Minoan settlers.
Legend states it's name derived from the founder of the city who was a son of the deity Paiawon- Apollo.
In Hurrian and Mesopotamian lands, he was known as Aplu a god of the plague associated with the deity Nergal known also by the name of Irra a deity of the scorched earth a deity that had the power of giving and taking life...
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