), a statuary of Maenalus in Arcadia, made statues of the Olympic victors Androsthenes, Antiochus, and Damoxenidas ; one of Athena, dedicated by the Eleians; and one of Hercules, as a youth, killing the Nemean lion with his arrows, dedicated at Olympia by Hippotion of Tarentum. (Paus. 5.6.1
. g 4, 10.25.4.) Since Androsthenes conquered in the pancratium in the 90th Olympiad, B. C. 420 (Thuc. 5.49
), the date of Nicodamus may be placed about that time.