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Phei'dias

2. A son of the great Pheidias, made, with his brother Ammonius, the colossal statue of a sitting ape, of a sort of basalt, which is at Rome, in the Capitoline Museum. On the base is the inscription

ΦΙΔΙΑΣ ΚΑΙ ΑΜΜΟΝΙΟΣ ΑΜΦΟΤΕΡΟΙ ΦΙΔΙΟΥ ΕΠΟΙΟΥΝ.

(Winckelmann, Werke, vol. v. pp. 275, foil. vol. vii. p. 248.)

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