By these is set up a statue of Eucles, son of Callianax, a native of Rhodes
and of the family of the Diagoridae. For he was the son of the daughter of Diagoras, and won an Olympic victory in the boxing-match for men. His statue is by Naucydes. Polycleitus of Argos
, not the artist who made the image of Hera, but a pupil of Naucydes, made the statue of a boy wrestler, Agenor of Thebes
. The statue was dedicated by the Phocian Commonwealth, for Theopompus, the father of Agenor, was a state friend1
of their nation.