No, because an Amici prism is called a "roof" prism, because of its shape. The ridge line of the roof is what you see with bright objects. With an ordinary prism there is no line at the reflection surface. With a roof prism there are two reflections, insteaed of one. The even number of reflections give the correctly oriented image.
The original image is "upside down", i.e. up is down and left is right. I you stand on your head while looking at the image it would appear right side up. This acrobatic feat is not recommended. So enter the Amici roof prism. The first reflection reverses "up/down" and the second reverses "left/right", thereby providing a correctly oriented image.
I bought a regular prism and the bright horizontal line is now gone. I’ll use the Amici for daytime viewing.