This pair who accompanied their father into battle were called Timor & Formido, “Fear” & “Terror”, by the Romans




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This pair who accompanied their father into battle were called Timor & Formido, “Fear” & “Terror”, by the Romans

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Phobos and Deimos are best known today as being the moons of Mars. Of course, it makes sense for the twin moons of Mars to be named after the twin sons of Ares from Greek mythology. I’m glad that they aren’t named Timor & Formido, though.

There isn’t much in the mythology specifically about Ares’ twin sons, but it is well-known that they followed their father into battle (and were essentially the mythological personification of fear and terror in the Greek pantheon).

The answer for: This pair who accompanied their father into battle were called Timor & Formido, “Fear” & “Terror”, by the Romans is as following:

POSSIBLE SOLUTION: Who are Phobos and Deimos?