1. Of Thebes, a sculptor, who, in conjunction with his fellow-citizen Aristomedes, made a statue of the " Dindymenian Mother" (Cybele), which was dedicated by Pindar in her temple near Thebes.
The artists therefore flourished probably about Ol. 75, B. C. 480.
The statue, as well as the throne on which it sat, was of Pentelic marble; and it was preserved with extraordinary reverence. (Paus. 9.25.3