In Greek mythology, Amphimachus (//; Ancient Greek: Ἀμφίμαχος derived from ἀμφί amphi "on both sides, in all directions, surrounding" and μαχη mache "battle") was a name attributed to multiple individuals.
- Amphimachus, son of Cteatus and Theronice.
- Amphimachus, son of Nomion.
- Amphimachus, son of Electryon and Anaxo.
- Amphimachus, son of Polyxenus and king of Elis.
- Amphimachus, one of the suitors of Penelope from Dulichium. He was ultimately killed by Odysseus.
- Amphimachus, also one of the suitors of Penelope from Ithaca. He too was ultimately killed by Odysseus.
- Amphimachus, a Greek warrior in the Trojan War, and one of the men hidden inside the Trojan horse.
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