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Amphitryon (Greek mythological character)


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    • Ἀμφιτρύων (Greek mythological character)
    • Amphitruo (Greek mythological character)
    • Амфитрион (Greek mythological character)
    • Amfitrion (Greek mythological character)
    • Amfitryon (Greek mythological character)
    • Amfitrió (Greek mythological character)
    • Anfitrión (Greek mythological character)
    • Amfitriono (Greek mythological character)
    • Anfitrione (Greek mythological character)
    • אמפיטריאון (Greek mythological character)
    • Amphitrüón (Greek mythological character)
    • アムピトリュオーン (Greek mythological character)
    • Amupitoryuōn (Greek mythological character)
    • Anfitrião (Greek mythological character)
    • Amfitrioni (Greek mythological character)
    • Амфітріон (Greek mythological character)
    • 安菲特律翁 (Greek mythological character)
    • Anfeiteluweng (Greek mythological character)
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    • Descriptor

        Greek mythological character
    • Gender

        Males
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    • WikidataAmphitryon Offsite linkLabel from public data source Wikidata
  • Sources

    • found: Molière. Amphitryon, 2010.
    • found: Lindberger, Örjan. The transformations of Amphitryon, 1956.
    • found: Giraudoux, Jean. Amphitryon 38, 1938.
    • found: Wegener, Karl-Heinz. "Amphitryon" im Spiegel der Kleistliteratur, 1978.
    • found: Encylopædia Britannica online, January 9, 2019(Amphitryon, in Greek mythology, son of Alcaeus, king of Tiryns. Having accidentally killed his uncle Electryon, king of Mycenae, Amphitryon fled with Alcmene, Electryon's daughter, to Thebes, where he was cleansed from the guilt by Creon, his maternal uncle, king of Thebes)
    • found: Wikipedia, January 9, 2019(Amphitryon (Ancient Greek: Ἀμφιτρύων = Amphitryōn, Latin: Amphitruo), in Greek mythology, was a son of Alcaeus, king of Tiryns in Argolis) Bulgarian page (Амфитрион = Amfitrion) Breton page (Amfitryon) Catalan page (Amfitrió) Czech page (Amfitryón) Spanish page (Anfitrión) Esperanto page (Amfitriono) Basque page (Anfitrion) Italian page (Anfitrione) Hebrew page (אמפיטריאון = Amfiṭryon) Hungarian page (Amphitrüón) Japanese page (アムピトリュオーン = Amupitoryuōn) Portuguese page (Anfitrião) Russian page (Амфитрион = Amfitrion) Albanian page (Amfitrioni) Ukrainian page (Амфітріон = Amfitrion) Chinese page (安菲特律翁 = Anfeiteluweng)
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  • Change Notes

    • 2019-01-09: new
    • 2019-04-16: revised
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