amphionic

Amphion

[am-fahy-uhn, am-fee-]
noun Classical Mythology.
a son of Antiope by Zeus, and the husband of Niobe. With his twin brother, Zethus, he built the walls of Thebes, charming the stones into place with his lyre.

Amphionic [am-fahy-on-ik, -fee-] , adjective
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