Amphion in Wikipedia
There are several characters named Amphion (Greek: Ἀμφίων;
gen.: Ἀμφίονος) in Greek mythology:
Amphion, son of Zeus and Antiope, and twin brother of Zethus
(see Amphion and Zethus). Together they are famous for
building Thebes. Amphion married Niobe, and killed himself
after the loss of his wife and children (the Niobids) at the
hands of Apollo and Artemis. One of his surviving children was
the daughter now renamed as Chloris. However, other accounts
(including Homer, in the Odyssey) claim that Chloris was a
daughter of another Amphion, ruler of Minyan Orchomenus (see
Amphion, son of Iasus and Persephone (a mortal woman, not the
wife of Hades). This Amphion is an obscure character, said to
be a king of the Minyans of Orchomenus, in Boeotia.
Amphion, son of Hyperasius and Hypso, an Argonaut.
Amphion the Epean, who took part in the Trojan War. -