For the name/title of a god representing Latin Phoebus see Phebus

Febus (King of Gaul), son of Crudens (King of Gaul) and great-grandfather of Guiron the Courteous.

Febus had five sons by his wife Florine: Altan, Lannor, Niatar, Siraouc, and Argons who was grandfather of Guiron.

Febus afterwards fell in love with a daughter of the King of Northumberland and died of that love.

Febus is only mentioned in Guiron the Courteous and in the Compilation of Rusticien de Pisa.

Some Name VariationsEdit

FRENCH: Febus, Phebus, Phebuz.

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