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Daetondas

*Daitw/ndas), a statuary of Sicyon, made a statue of the Eleian athlete Theotimus at Olympia. (Paus. 6.17.3.) Since Moschion, the father of Theotimus, accompanied Alexander the Great into Asia, Daetondas probably flourished from B. C. 320 downwards.

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