Amphitryon(redirected from Amphitryon the True)
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n. Greek Mythology
A king of Thebes and the husband of Alcmene.
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(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth the grandson of Perseus and husband of Alcmene
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Am•phit•ry•on(æmˈfɪ tri ən)
(in Greek myth) the husband of the virtuous Alcmene, whom Zeus seduced by assuming the form of Amphitryon, resulting in the birth of Hercules.
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Amphitryon[æmˈfɪtrɪən] N → Anfitrión
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