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Εὐθυκράτης). A sculptor of Sicyon, son and pupil of Lysippus, flourished about B.C. 300. He was peculiarly happy in the proportions of his statues. Those of Heracles and Alexander were in general esteem, and particularly one of Medea, which was borne on a chariot by four horses (Plin. H. N. xxxiv. 8).

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