, Eth. Ἀμαρύσιος
), a town upon the coast of Euboea, only 7 stadia from Eretria, to which it belonged.
It possessed a celebrated temple of Artemis, who was hence called Amarynthia or Amarysia, amid in whose honour there was a festival of this name celebrated, both in Eutboea and Attica. (Strab. p. 448; Paus. 1.31.5
; Liv. 35.38
; Steph. B. sub voce s. v.; Dict. of Ant.