Myron   - in ancient sources @

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  Myron   of Eleutherae - Greek sculptor, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_17.Epilogue   statue of a calf, as it did Myron;* or take any other
AnthPal_9.715-718 *   F 17 } & 715-742 are all on Myron's celebrated Statue
AntipSid_9.720   { G-P 36 } & On Myron's Statue of a Heifer If Myron had
AntipSid_9.723   thanks to you, sculptor Myron, I would be nibbling lotus
AntipSid_9.724   living creatures, but you too, Myron. [10.2] & { G-P 41
AntipThes_9.728   { G-P 84 } & On Myron's Statue of a Heifer The heifer,
Athen_11.486   Boeotian by birth, son of Myron the sculptor, according to Polemon
Cic:Brut_70   ven the statues of Myron are not sufficiently alive; and
Cic:Brut_75   statue that was ever formed by Myron. [76] Ennius, I allow
Cic:DeOr_3.26   a single art, in which Myron, Polyclitus, and Lysippus excelled; all
DioscEpigr_9.734   ifeless. The sculptor of cows, Myron, deceived you. [11.19
Ennius:Ann_231   as though it were a work of Myron. I grant you, to be
LeonTar_9.719   { G-P 88 } & On Myron's Statue of a Heifer Myron did
MArgent_9.732   his message, that the sculptor Myron tied me up here. [10.
Philip_9.742   iron furrow-cutter ; for Myron did not make my bronze into
Plin:HN_34.10   Aegina bronze was used by Myron and that from Delos by
Plin:HN_34.49   {420-417 Polycleitus, Phradmon, Myron, Pythagoras, Scopas and
Plin:HN_34.50   and Demeas of Cleitor; and Myron had Lycius. In the 95th
Plin:HN_34.68   on a level with Polycleitus, Myron and Pythagoras. They praise his
Plin:HN_34.79   who was a pupil of Myron did a Boy Blowing a
Plin:HN_34.57-59 *   [57] Myron, who was born at Eleutherae,
Plin:HN_36.32   was. As for the famous Myron, who is so highly praised

  Myron 2   of Priene - author of a history of the Messenian wars
Wikipedia entry
Athen_6.271 pre-eminent valour." And Myron of Priene, in the second
Athen_14.657 ence, is related also by Myron of Priene, in the second

  Myron   - in documents
THI_99.L (2nd century)   epiades of Perge, the son of Myron. It was resolved

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