noun Classical Mythology.
Related formsAm·phi·on·ic [am-fahy-on-ik, -fee-] /ˌæm faɪˈɒn ɪk, -fi-/, adjective
Examples from the Web for amphion
There was no Hercules to perform the mighty labor, nor Amphion to lure them to their place with the music of his golden lyre.Among the Forces|Henry White Warren
Gunnar, like Orpheus or Amphion, plays such marvellous strains upon his harp that even the serpents are lulled to sleep.Myths of the Norsemen|H. A. Guerber
This vessel was captured by the Amphion, about the middle of November, 1782.American Prisoners of the Revolution|Danske Dandridge
Are the gates fastened with bars, and is the brazen bolt fitted to the stone-work of Amphion's wall?The Tragedies of Euripides, Volume I.|Euripides
Zethus and Amphion are described as of the same profession, though kings of Thebes, Ζηθος δε και Αμφιων αδελφοι ησαν ποιμενες.