2. A sculptor, the son of Theotimus, flourished in Chios, under the early Roman emperors, as we learn from a Chian inscription, in which his name occurs as the maker, in conjunction with Dionysius, the son of Astius, of the monument erected to the memory of Claudius Asclepiades, a freedman of the emperor, by his wife, Claudia Tertuila. (Murator. vol. ii. p. mxiv. 11; Boeckh, Corp. Inscr.
No. 224], vol. ii. p. 210; R. Rochette, Lettre à M. Schorn,
pp. 417, 418, 2d ed.)