a sculptor, whose name is inscribed on a headless Hermes.
The inscription ΕΥΒΟΥΛΕΥΕ ΠΠΑΞΙΤΕΛΟΥΕ
(sic in Winckelmann) makes him a son of Praxiteles; and, according to Meyer, there is no doubt that the great sculptor of that name is meant.
The statue still exists, but in private hands. (Winckelmann, Geschichte d. Kunst,
9.3.20; Visconti, Mus. Pio-Clem.
vi. tab. 22, p. 142.)