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Amyclas: In Greek mythology, Amyclas refers to three individuals: Amyclas was the son of Lacedemon and Sparta, and he was the brother of Eurydice. According to Pseudo-Apollodorus, he was the father of Hyacinth and Cynortas; according to Pausanias, he was also the father of Laodamia or Leaneira, wife of Arcas,. eponymous hero of Arcadia. He was the mythical founder of Amyclae in central Laconia.
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Amyclas. Son of LACEDAEMON. Amycus. A king ofthe Bebrycians, ...
An Universal, Historical, Geographical, Chronologica and Poetical Dictionary ... The whole consisting of a curious miscellany of sacred and prophane history, extracted from Moreri, Bayle, Baudrand, Hoffmann, Danet, etc (1703)
Amyclas, Master ...
A Classical Dictionary ... A new edition, revised and considerably enlarged, by the Rev. T. Smith (1839)
From this circumstance the epithet of tacitae has been given to Amyclas. Some discover the origin of this epithet in the submission of the inhabitants to the precepts of Pythagoras, whose scholars were enjoined some }. of silence, before they were admitted to the phiosopher's conversation. Plin. 8. c. 29. — Virg.
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