AMPHISSUS:1)http://www.mythindex.com/greek-mythology/A/Amphissus.html ΑΜΦΙΣΣΟΣ A son of Apollo and Dryope, is said to have been of extraordinary strength, and to have built the town of Oeta on the mountain of the same name. Here he also founded two temples, one of Apollo and the other of the Nymphs. At the latter, games were celebrated down to a late period. (Anton. Lib. 32.)
Amphissus:2)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amphissus In Greek mythology, Amphissus was the product of Apollo‘s rape of Dryope. He eventually built a temple to his father in the city he founded, Aphissa.
Apollo found Dyrope tending her sheep on a mountainside. He hid behind a tree and watched her. He disguised himself as a turtle in order for her to like him. She claimed the turtle as hers. When she fell asleep Apollo raped her. She woke up only to be found in the arms of a god. This is how she came with child, Amphissus.
|Name||Amphissus (son of Apollo)|
|Wife||Dryope (consort of Apollo)|
|Husband||Apóllōn aka-Apollo (Twelve Olympians)|
|Profession||(son of Apollo)|