3. An Argive sculptor, the son of Poros, made a statue of Nicis, the son of Andromidas, which was dedicated by the people of Hermione, as we learn from an extant inscription, the character of which as well as the nature of the work, an honorifie statue of a private individual, lead to the conclusion that the artist lived at a comparatively late period. (Böekh, Corp. Inscr.
No. 1197; Welcker, Kunstblatt,
1827, No. 83; R. Rochette, Lettre à M. Schorn,
pp. 415, 416, 2d ed.)