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Chi'onis

*Xi/onis), a statuary of Corinth, about B. C. 480, executed, in conjunction with Amyclaeus and Dyillus, the group which the Phocians dedicated at Delphi. [AMYCLAEUS.] Chionis made in it the statues of Athene and Artemis. (Paus. 10.13.4.)

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