Amphion

[am-fahy-uh n, am-fee-]
noun Classical Mythology.
  1. a son of Antiope by Zeus, and the husband of Niobe. With his twin brother, Zethus, he built the walls of Thebes, charming the stones into place with his lyre.
Related formsAm·phi·on·ic [am-fahy-on-ik, -fee-] /ˌæm faɪˈɒn ɪk, -fi-/, adjective
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