Amphion

[moth] Amphion is a genus of moths in the Sphingidae family. ...
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Amphion

HMS Amphion was a British frigate of 38 guns, blown up while riding at anchor in Plymouth Sound, killing her entire crew of more than 250 persons on September 22nd 1796.
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Amphion

In Greek mythology, one of the two sons of Zeus and Antiope. He built the walls of Thebes by drawing the stones into ...
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Amphion

[ship] The Amphion was the personal pleasure craft of king Gustav III of Sweden. It was designed by Fredrik Henrik af Chapman, a famous 18th-century Swedish ship engineer, built at Djurgårdsvarvet in Stockholm in the summer of 1778, and launched the same year. Amphion, named after Zeus` son and culture patron in Greek mythology, served as ...
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Amphion

Amphion (ăm'fēun) : see Antiope 1.
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Amphion

There are several characters named Amphion (Ἀμφίων) in Greek mythology: ...
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Amphion

Musician; husband of Niobe; charmed stones to build fortifications for Thebes.
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