0402_#20: A water nymph and daughter of the river god
Daphne was the first love of Apollo, god of light and reason.
Daphne first appears, Apollo shows little interest in her unkempt manner, that is until
(Cupid) pierces Apollo with a golden tipped arrow, and strikes Daphne with a blunted lead tipped arrow.
0402_#25: In many ways
Daphne compares with this great wonder that appears in
Revelation 12: "... A Woman Clothed With the Sun ..." (i.e., Apollo).
0402_#61: Amounting to a glorified masculine will, more in the likeness of Apollo.
0402_#65: An austere outlook, causing women to freeze up and adopt the policies of a prude. Explaining why Apollo had such poor luck with women.
0403_#84: Woman's realization about her husband's love. She feels bewildered and exposed and sees the depth of his concern for her. She sees a flame lit in him comparable to the flame lit in Apollo when he beheld the beautiful