Amphictyon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Deucalion; an ancient king of Athens
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Philochorus relates that Amphictyon, the king of the Athen
inal, for 9 years. Amphictyon, the son of Deucalion and
After him reigned Amphictyon, who first consecrated the
before the Founding of the Amphictyon, the third king after Cecrops,
inspecting birds' entrails, Amphictyon the interpretation of
Amphictyon → see
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