In Greek mythology the sun was personified as the god Helios; the Romans knew him as Helius or Apollo. Helius lived at the eastern edge of the earth, and emerged each dawn to drive his chariot, pulled by fiery winged steeds, to the west, where he descended in the evening. During his daily journey, Helius bestowed light and knowledge on the world.
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Apollo in His Chariot with the Hours, John Singer Sargent