(Ἄμυρις; Ámyris). From Siris, called ‘the Wise’, father of Damasus, one of the suitors of Agariste, the mother of Cleisthenes (Hdt. 6,127). The epithet associates him with the general sphere of the pre-philosophical, archaic Tales of Sages .
1 F. Wehrli, Hauptrichtungen des griech. Denkens, 1964, 39-43.
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Graf, Fritz (Columbus, OH),
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