Thus did Amphion with the melody of his harp found, build, and finish the great and renowned city of Thebes.
Amphion, when he heard that all his sons had perished, fell on his own sword.
The Amphion's men were dreadfully burned and scalded and had marks on their faces and bodies which resembled splashes of acid.
Still it seemed too probable that the “Amphion,” with my father and all hands, was lost.
He informed her of the conquests of a hero who made a charming contrast with Amphion, architect of Thebes.
“The ‘Amphion,’ Captain Musgrave was my captain,” he answered.
Amphion himself is one of the most famous of mythical musicians.
This vessel was captured by the Amphion, about the middle of November, 1782.
Over the gate he inscribed, with characteristic modesty, this inscription: "Amphion Thebas, ego domum."
They dare, those soulless pedants, to call that Antiope with Amphion and Zethus!