In Greek mythology, Amyclas (Ancient Greek: Ἀμύκλας, romanized: Amýklas) or Amyclus was a king of Sparta and the founder of Amyclae in central Laconia.
King of Sparta
|Member of the Spartan Royal Family|
|Parents||Lacedaemon and Sparta|
|Children||(1) Argalus, Cynortas, Hyacinth, Laodamia (or Leanira), Harpalus, Hegesandre|
Amyclas was the son of King Lacedemon and Queen Sparta, and brother of Queen Eurydice of Argos. By Diomēdē, daughter of Lapithes, he became the father of Argalus, Cynortas, Hyacinth, Laodamia (or Leaneira), Harpalus, Hegesandre and possibly of Polyboea. In other versions of the myth, Amyclas was also called the father of Daphne.