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Φύλης), of Halicarnassus, the son of Polygnotus, was a statuary, whose name has been recently discovered by means of the inscriptions on the bases which originally supported two of his works. One of these is at Astypaleia, and belonged originally to a statue of bronze, which the people of that place erected in honour of their fellow-citizen, Polyeuctus, the son of Melesippus; the other was found at Delos, and was the base of a statue erected in honour of a citizen of Rhodes. (Böckh, Corp. Inscr. vol. ii. pp. 1039, 1098; R. Rochette, Lettre à M. Sclomrn, p. 386.)


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