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3. Eucheirus (Εὔχειρος, for so Pausanias gives the name) of Corinth, a statuary, was the pupil of Syadras and Chartas, of Sparta, and the teacher of Clearchus of Rhegium. (Paus. 6.4.2.) He must therefore have flourished about the 65th or 66th Olympiad, B. C. 520 or 516. [CHARTAS, PYTHAGORAS OF RHEGIUM.] This is probably the Euchir whom Pliny mentions among those who made statues of athletes, &c. (H. N. 34.8. s. 19.34.)

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