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Δαμόκριτος, Δημόκριτος), or DEMO'CRITUS.

1. A statuary, born at Sicyon, was a pupil of Pison, the pupil of Amphion, the pupil of Ptolichus, the pupil of Critias of Athens. He probably flourished, therefore, about the 100th Olympiad. (B. C. 380.) There was at Olympia a statue by him of Hippus (or Hippon), an Eleian, who was victor in boxing among the boys. (Paus. 6.3.2.) Pliny mentions a Democritus, who made statues of philosophers. (34.8. s. 19.28.)

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