Ampyx

Ampyx (Ἄμπυξ) has several meanings; in hair care, an ampyx is a headband, often made of metal. In Greek mythology, there were a number of figures with the name Ampyx, Amycus or Ampycus (alt. `Ampykos`). In paleontology, Ampyx is a genus of asaphid trilobite from the Middle Ordovician. ...
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Ampyx

• (n.) A woman`s headband (sometimes of metal), for binding the front hair.
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Ampyx

[trilobite] Ampyx (meaning hairband) is a Ordovician-Silurian genus of Asaphid trilobites of the family Raphiophoridae. Species of Ampyx are characterized by three extended spines on the head-shield, one spine derived from each free cheek, and one spine emanating from the glabella. Species include Ampyx linleyensis (Lanvirn-Caradoc series)....
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Ampyx

Am'pyx noun [ Greek ....] (Greek Antiq.) A woman's headband (sometimes of metal), for binding the front hair.
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Ampyx

An ampyx was a band used by the ancient Greek and Roman women for binding their front hair. An ampyx was a head band adorned with images of the gods of war fitted to elephants and horses in ancient times.
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