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“In the 103rd Olympiad （368-5 B.C.） flourished Praxiteles, Euphranor..” Pliny Natural History: “... Praxiteles, too, whose work in marble was his most successful and therefore his most famous, produced, however, some extremely fine work in bronze...” Pliny Natural History: “Later, they dedicated other works in the Heraeum, including a Hermes in marble holding the infant Dionysus; this is the work of Praxiteles.1” Pausanias Description of Greece [on the temple of Hera at Olympia]
1 discovered there in 1877 and still to be seen at Olympia
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