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1. A statuary, a native of Cleitor in Arcadia, executed statues of Zeus and Apollo, which were dedicated by the Lacedaemonians at Delphi after the battle of Aegos-potami. He was also famed for his statues of distinguished women. He was a pupil of the elder Polycletus, and flourished at the end of the fifth century B. C. (Paus. 10.9.8; Plin. Nat. 34.19, init., and § 26.)

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