), or DAHIPPUS, a statuary who made statues of athletes (Paus. 6.12.3
), and a statue which Pliny (34.8. s. 19.28
) calls Perixyomenon, for which Brotier would read παραλυόμενον
He is mentioned in two other passages of Pliny (l.c.
19, 19.7), where all the MSS. give Laippus, through a confusion between Δ
. From these two passages it appears that he was a son of Lysippus, and that he flourished in the 120th Olympiad. (B. C. 300, and onwards.)