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- 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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- Dryope, A shepherdess and mother to Amphissus. She was just one Amphissus, Amphissus was the son of Apollo and the shepherdess Dryope.
- Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, page 151
- On this page: Amphion – Amphis – Amphissa – Amphissus. 151. AMPHION.
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