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2. Also called Damias, a statuary, born at Cleitor, a city in Arcadia, was the disciple of Polycleitus, and was associated with other artists in the execution of the great votive offering which the Lacedaemonians made at Delphi after the victory of Aegospotami. (B. C. 405.) Dameas cast the statues of Athena, Poseidon, and Lysander. (Paus. 10.9.4; Plin. Nat. 34.8. s. 19; Thiersch. Epochen. p. 276.)


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