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Who is Amastris?
Amastris also called Amastrine, was a Persian Princess. She was the daughter of Oxyathres, the brother of the Persian King Darius III.
- also known as 阿瑪斯特里絲
- born in 0305 B.C. (2321 years ago)
- Marriage with Lysimachus
- died in 0283 B.C. (2299 years ago) of drowning
Phrases with Amastris
- Leodontoia Amastris Batesi
- Lampides Amastris
- Dasypogon amastris
- Catagramma Amastris
- Catasticta Amastris
- Species Dasypogon Amastris
- Species Catasticta Amastris
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by John H. Rosser
AMASTRIS. City on the south coast of the Black Sea that was an important port in the theme of Paphlagonia from the early ninth century.
A Classical Dictionary, Containing a Copious Account of All the Proper Names Mentioned in Antient Authors... (1839)
by John Lemprière
AMASTRIS, the wife of Dionysius, tyrant of Sicily, was sister of that Darius whom Alexander conquered.
A Classical Dictionary ... A new edition, revised and considerably enlarged, by the Rev. T. Smith (1839)
AMASTRIS, the wife of Dionysius, tyrant of Sicily, was sister of that Darius whom Alexander conquered. Strab. AMAstris, a the Parthenius, on the Euxine Sea. of four villages, and is now Famastro, or Samastro. Plin. 2. c. 2. — Ovid. Ibin. 331.
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Scrabble value of A1M3A1S1T1R1I1S1
The value of this 8-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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