P H O B O S ( Ancient Greek: Meaning “Fear” )
In classic Greek mythology, Phobos is the personification of fear brought by war. He is the offspring of Aphrodite (God of Love) and Ares (God of War). Phobos was ever present in battle.
Homer Iliad 13. 298 ff quote “As Ares is when he strides into battle and Phobos (Terror) goes on beside him, his beloved son, the powerful and dauntless, who frightens even the patient-hearted warrior: these two come out of Thrake to encounter in arms the Ephyroi or the great-hearted Phlegyes (Phlegyans), but the two will not listen to prayers from both sides, but give the glory to one side or the other.”