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Σιλανίων). An Athenian, a distinguished statuary in bronze, was a contemporary of Lysippus, and flourished B.C. 324. His statue of Sappho, which stood in the prytaneum at Syracuse in the time of Verres, is alluded to by Cicero in terms of the highest praise (Verr. iv. 57, 125).

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