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Tisander

*Ti/sandros), a statuary of unknown country, who flourished at the end of the fifth century B. C., and made a large number of the statues in the group which the Lacedaemonians dedicated at Delphi out of the spoils of the victory of Aegospotami. (Paus. 10.9.4. s. 9.)

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