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*Maxa/tas), a sculptor, whose name is known by an inscription, from which it appears that he made a statue of Hercules, which was dedicated by one Laphanes, the son of Las thenes. (Montfaucon, Diario Italico, p. 425 Brunck, Anal. vol. iii. p. 188, No. 187; Jacobs, Animadv. in Anth. Graec. vol. iii. pt. 1, p. 596.) Machatas is mentioned in another inscription as the maker of a statue dedicated to Asclepius. (Böckh, Corp. Inscrip. 1794; R. Rochette, Lettre àM. Schorn, p. 346, 2d edition.)


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