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a Phocaean, is mentioned by Pliny among those statuaries who made athletas et armatos et venatores sacrificantesque (H. N. 34.8. s. 19.34), and by Vitruvius as one of those artists who failed to attain to eminence, not for the want of industry and skill, but of good fortune (iii. Praef. ยง 2).


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