) or Phyromăchus
Dying Gaul copied from Pyromachus. (Capitoline Museum, Rome.)
An Athenian sculptor who made the bas-reliefs on the frieze of the temple of
Athené Polias, about B.C. 408 (C. I. A.
A Pergamene sculptor who with Antigonus, Isigonus, and Stratonicus produced a number of
groups representing the battle of Attalus and Eumenes of Pergamum against the Gauls. The
so-called “Dying Gladiator” (really a dying Gaul) in the Capitol at Rome
is a copy from one of these groups. The date of Pyromachus is about B.C. 150.