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1. A sculptor of Ephesus, the son of Agasias. His name is inscriled, with that of Harmatius, on the restored statue of Ares in the Royal Museum at Paris. It cannot be said with certainty whether his father, Agasias, was the celebrated Ephesian sculptor of that name, but it seems probable that he was. (Müller, Archäol. d. Kunst. § 175, n. 3.372, n. 5; Clarac, Description des Antiques du Musée Royal, No. 411, p. 173.)

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