[ am-fil-uh-kuh s ]
/ æmˈfɪl ə kəs /
noun Classical Mythology.
a seer, the son of Amphiaraus and Eriphyle, and the brother of Alcmaeon.
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Example sentences from the Web for amphilochus
It is said that Alexander performed sacrifices in honour of Amphilochus, on account of their common affinity to Argos.
Having sent to consult the oracle of Amphilochus, he received for answer, that his affairs would go on better after his death.The Phantom World|Augustin Calmet