Amphissa

Amphissa

blinded by father Echetus for having been raped by Aechmodius. [Gk. Myth.: Howe, 23]
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The adjective [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is attested only here and in Archytas of Amphissa (3rd century BC).
ABSTRACT We examined field distributions of the scavenging snail Amphissa columbiana and looked for evidence of fish predation.
The wrinkled dove snail Amphissa columbiana Dall, (Family, Columbellidae) is a small (generally <3 cm) marine gastropod that inhabits subtidal and low intertidal habitats along the west coast of North America (Morris et al.
Defensive use of the proboscis in Amphissa columbiana was not limited to contact with L.
Population characterization and feeding behavior of a subtidal neogastropod, Amphissa columbiana.
Aesopus stearnsi (Tryon, 1883) Amphissa cancellata (Castellanos, 1982) Amphissa sp.
Many ancient sacred sites, such as Acraiphnion, Athenian Acropolis, Amphissa, Anticyra, Cirra, Corinth, Daulis, Heusis, Geronthrae, Heiridai, Hestiaia, Necromanteion, Lebadeia, Perachora, Ptoon and Yiroulas, are now, or were historically, Eastern Orthodox Christian churches, landscaped and adorned with garden ornamentals.
The temenos of the Temple of Apollo is set on the north slope of the Pleitos Torrent Gorge within a natural amphitheatre of limestone cliffs which soar precipitously to a staggering 300 metres above it, enclosing it on three sides and then opening onto the valley of Amphissa and the Gulf of Itea (figure 3).
pelta C ambiguous Mytilus californianus C higher Pachygrapsus crassipes C higher Phascolosoma agassizii C lower Pugettia producta C ambiguous Tegula funebralis C ambiguous Anthopleura elegantissima clonal N higher Crepidula adunca N ambiguous Leptasterias hexactis N ambiguous Tectura scutum N higher Amphissa versicolor S lower Tetraclita rubescens S higher Central tidal Abundance height([sections]) ([parallel]) Species Alia carinata * `Collisella' scabra * Balanus glandula Clavelina huntsmani Hermissenda crassicornis + 0.
the story of how the women of Amphissa fed the maenadic Thyiads of Delphi when they awoke in Amphissa's marketplace, during the Sacred War (Plut.
9) where Pausanias ascribes the cause of the war to the Locrians of Amphissa (Ozolian Locri).
But it was the Locrians of Amphissa who brought about an open rupture.