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*Eu)po/lemos), an Argive architect, who built the great Heraeun at Mycenae, after its destruction by fire in B. C. 423. The entablature was ornamented with sculptures representing the wars of the gods and giants, and the Trojan war. A full description of the other works of art connected with this temple is given by Pausanias. (Paus. 2.17.3; Thuc. 4.133.)


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    • Pausanias, Description of Greece, 2.17.3
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