Amphithea is the name of four women in Greek mythology
1. Amphithea, wife of Lycurgus, king of Nemea, and mother of Opheltes (afterwards he was called Archemorus)
2. Amphithea, daughter of Pronax. She married Adrastus and was the mother of Argea, Deipyle, Aegialia, Aegialeus and Cyanippus.
3. Amphithea, wife of Autolycus and mother of Anticlea (the mother of Odysseus, Perimede, and a number of sons, including Aesimus (the father of Sinon).
4. Amphithea, wife of Aeolus, and mother of six sons and six daughters, the youngest boy being Macareus, who made his sister Canace pregnant. Both he and his sister killed themselves.
- ↑ Apollodorus, The Library, 1.9.14
- ↑ Apollodorus, The Library, 1.9.13
- ↑ Homer, Odyssey, 19.412
- ↑ Pseudo-Plutarch, 28