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This article is about the Greek mythological figures. For the Ancient Greek town of Anchialos/Anchialus, in present day Bulgaria, see Pomorie. For the glacier, see Anchialus Glacier.
In Greek mythology, the name Anchialus (Ἀγχίαλος) may refer to:
- Anchialus, a Greek warrior who fought at Troy and was killed by Hector.
- Anchialus of Taphos, father of Mentes.
- Anchialus, a Phaeacian who participated in the games in honor of Odysseus.
It may also refer to Michael III of Constantinople, also known as Michael of Anchialus.
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