Amphion

Amphion (Amphi`on) , a son of Zeus and Antiope, who is said to have invented the lyre, and built the walls of Thebes by the sound of it, a feat often alluded to as an instance of the miraculous power of music.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Amphic`tyonic Council * Amphisbæna
Amnion
Amœba
Amomum
Amorites
Amory, Thomas
Amos
Amoy`
Ampère`, André Marie
Ampère, Jean Jacques
Amphic`tyonic Council
Amphi`on
Amphisbæna
Am`phitrite
Amphit`ryon
Amphitryon the True
Am`ran range
Amrit`sar
Am`ru
Amsterdam
Amur`
Amurnath

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Amphion in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Blow, John
Handel, George Frederic
Haydn, Joseph
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