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Κάναχος). A statuary of Sicyon, who studied his art under Polycletus (q.v.) at the beginning of the fifth century B.C. His chief work was a colossal Apollo in the Branchidae Sanctuary at Miletus, known to us by a bronze statuette in

Apollo of Canachus. (British Museum.)

the British Museum. He also made the chryselephantine Aphrodité kept in Sicyon. His brother, Aristocles, was almost equally celebrated in the same department of art.

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