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Λαφάης), of Phlius, a statuary of the early period of Greek art. His wooden statue of Heracles at Sicyon is mentioned by Pausanias (2.10.1), who also conjectured that the colossal wooden statue of Apollo, at Aegeira in Achaia, was the work of the same artist, from the resenmblance in style between it and the Heracles (7.26.3, or 6).


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