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- Amyas is a surname and male forename thought to be derived either from the Latin verb amare or the French city of Amiens. Sir Amyas Bampfylde (1560–1626)...
- The novel was based on the experiences of Elizabethan privateer Amyas Preston (Amyas Leigh in the novel), who sets sail with Francis Drake, Walter Raleigh...
- Caroline and Amyas, in which he swore he would divorce his wife and she made a bitter remark of "you and your women" in response; Amyas was about to send...
- Amyas Douglas Connell (23 June 1901 – 19 April 1980) was a highly influential New Zealand architect of the mid-twentieth century. He achieved early and...
- 1595. The hero character Amyas Leigh in Charles Kingsley's novel Westward Ho! is based on Amyas Preston. "George Somers, Amyas Preston and the Burning...
- Hinton St George, after the original church was rebuilt. His name (as "Amyas le Poulet") was used by Mark Twain for a character in A Connecticut Yankee...
- Amyas Northcote (1864–1923) was a British writer from an aristocratic family. Northcote was the youngest child and seventh son of Sir Stafford Northcote...
- District, Hama, Syria Amya, an alternative and derivative of the Spanish given name and surname Amaya Amaya (disambiguation) Amyas, a name This disambiguation...
- Amyas Phillips (1891-1962) was an English antique dealer and architect based in Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Amyas operated Phillips of Hitchin antique dealers...
- Amya is a village of Dawei District in the Taninthayi Division of Myanmar. It is located by the Ten****erim River on the western side of the Ten****erim...
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