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So the star for Amphissus, the son of Apollo and Dryope, will naturally connect to Apollo, which connects to all the other main players in Greek mythology, as well as Virgil, and then the Trojan Horse, and so on.

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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.
DRYOPE : Hamadryad & Naiad Nymph of Mount Oeta in Dryopia

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