Amphissus
In Greek mythology, Amphissus was the product of Apollo's rape of Dryope. He eventually built a temple to his father in the city he founded, Aphissa.
Apollo found Dyrope tending her sheep on a mountainside. He hid behind a tree and watched her. He disguised himself as a turtle in order for her to like him. She claimed the turtle as hers. When she fell asleep Apollo raped her. She woke up only to be found in the arms of a god. This is how she came with child, Amphissus.

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Amphissus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Greek mythology, Amphissus was the product of Apollo's rape of Dryope. He eventually built a temple to his father in the city he founded, Aphissa.
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AMPHISSUS, Greek Mythology Index
A son of Apollo and Dryope, is said to have been of extraordinary strength, and to have built the town of Oeta on the mountain of the same name. Here he also ...
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Template:Unreferenced Template:Orphan In Greek mythology, Amphissus was the product of Apollo's...
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Amphissus - Brill Reference
(Ἄμφισσος; Ámphissos). Son of Apollo and Dryope, the daughter of Dryops, ruler on Mount Oete, strong as an ox. A., as well as Aeolus' granddaughter ...
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Amphissus Founder of cities (deceased) - Genealogy - Geni
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(Ἄμφισσος; Ámphissos). Son of Apollo and Dryope, the daughter of Dryops, ruler on Mount Oete, strong as an ox. A., as well as Aeolus' granddaughter ...
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Amphissus eventually built a temple to his father Apollo in the city of Oeta, which he founded. Here the nymphs came to ... Oxford University Press. p. 228.
Lewis & Short - Perseus under PhiloLogic
AmphissusAmphissus or -ŏs , i , m. , ... Founded on Andrews' edition of Freund's Latin dictionary (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [latindico01].
Lewis & Short - Perseus under PhiloLogic
I The father of Amphissus and husband of Dryope, who was changed into a lotus, ... on Andrews' edition of Freund's Latin dictionary (Trustees of Tufts University, ...
Lewis & Short - Perseus under PhiloLogic
I The mother of Amphissus by Apollo, Ov. M. 9, 331; 364 sq. ... Dictionary; Founded on Andrews' edition of Freund's Latin dictionary (Trustees of Tufts University, ...
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Dryope= Amphissus. Dead Coronis= Asclepius. ... Course Hero is not sponsored or endorsed by any college or university. Copyright © 2013. Course Hero, Inc.
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Amphissus의 검색결과가 없어서 memphis으로 자동변환하여 검색했습니다. ... The nymphs then abandoned her , and she eventually gave birth to her son Amphissus. 발음 듣기 (웹 검색 ... WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University.
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... unit cost, utensil,. 4 Syllables. usually, universal, utopia, utopian, utility, usefulness, unanimous, uto-aztecan,. 5 Syllables. university, unanimously, universally, ...
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A Thesis Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of The University of Georgia in Partial ..... Apollo's rape of Dryope leading to the birth of Amphissus [IX.356] or ...
Dryope : The Oxford Classical Dictionary Oxford Reference
Publisher: Oxford University Press ... daughter of *Dryops or of Eurytus, was mother by *Apollo of Amphissus, eponym of *Amphissa. She ... Oxford Reference ...
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When Andraemon, son of Oxylus, later married her, she gave birth to Amphissus, 367 the son of Apollo. As soon as he came of age he proved to be a man stronger than all others and founded a town by Mount CEta which took the name of the ...
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The nymphs then ahandoned the gitl and she gave bitth to het son, Amphissus. Howevet she maetied Andtaemon. Amphissus eventually built a temple fot his fathet Apollo m the city he founded, Amphissa. Hete the nymphs came to convetse ...
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Bernard Evslin, Dorothy Evslin, Ned Hoopes, 1995
... Amphissus, founder of cities, and builder of temples. But his most famous son was Asclepius. This was the manner of his birth. Apollo fell in love with Coronis, a princess of Thessaly, and insisted on having his way, which was unwise of him ...
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Soon after this encounter, Dryope married someone else and gave birth to Amphissus, Apollo's son. When Amphissus was still an infant, Dryope took him to a myrrie grove where she paused to pick a few deep purple blossoms from a tree.
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Lionel Walter Rothschild Baron Rothschild, 1906
Centr. Amen, Lep. Rlmlg. ii. p. 235. n. 71 (1890) (Vera Cruz, Oaxaca ; Guatemala; Honduras; Nicaragua; = Amphissus = helleri); Haase, Untersuch. .llimicry i. p. 94 ( 1893). 2 . Papilio helleri Felder, 1.0. n. 336 (1864) (Mexico ; nom. imlvscr.) ...
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