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3. A Hermes, carrying a ram under his wing, wearing a helmet on his head, and clad in a chiton and chlanmys. It was dedicated at Olympia by the people of Pleneus in Arcadia; and the inscription stated that it was made by Onatas the Aeginetan, in conjunction with Calliteles, whom Pausanias takes for a son or disciple of Onatas (5.27.5. s. 8).

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