Amphitryon   - in ancient sources @

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  Amphitryon   - son of Alcaeus; step-father of Heracles
Wikipedia entry
Plautus,- PLAUTUS, Amphitryon - Amphitruo
    Within translations:
Athen_11.498   Heroes speaking as follows : Amphitryon divided the booty among his
Athen_11.781   putting on the likeness of Amphitryon, he gave to her, "and
Athen_13.599   Alexandrian has said in his Amphitryon. And this is the
Nicand:Th_680   to the wound of Iphicles Amphitryon's son, what time with Heracles
Plin:HN_35.63   in alarm, and of Amphitryon. [64] Nevertheless Zeuxis is
PsCallisth_1.46   inct of Heracles & Where first Amphitryon had made his hom

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