Phobos (mythology)

Phobos (mythology)

Phobos (Ancient Greek: Φόβος, meaning "fear" or "terror") is the personification of fear in Greek mythology. He is the offspring of Aphrodite and Ares. He was known for accompanying Ares into battle along with the ancient war goddess Enyo, the goddess of discord Eris (both sisters of Ares), and Phobos twin brother Deimos.

In Classical Greek mythology, Phobos is more of a personification of the fear brought by war and does not appear as a character in any myths. Timor is his Roman equivalent.

Read more about Phobos (mythology):  Genealogy, Worship, Depictions, Historical Reference, Astronomy, Psychology, Deimos and Phobos in Sparta, Literature

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Phobos (mythology) - Literature
... Phobosand his brother Deimos are the main antagonists in Rick Riordan's short story, Percy Jackson and the Stolen Chariot ... Phobosis shown as individual fear, while his brother focuses on crowds ...