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2. The son of Telecles, nephew of the elder Theodorus, and grandson of Rhoecus, flourished about B. C. 560, in the times of Croesus and Polycrates, and obtained such renown as a statuary in bronze, that the invention of that art was ascribed to him, in conjunction with his grandfather. He also practiced the arts of engraving metals (τορευ- τική, caelalura), and of gem-engraving; his works in those departments being the gold and silver craters mentioned above, and the ring of Polycrates.

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