Polycleitus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Polycleitus   - Greek sculptor, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
315/34 nowledges the "Doryphoros" of Polycleitus as his model in sculpture.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_16.216 & On a Statue of Hera Polycleitus of Argos, who alone
Cic:Brut_296 famous [Doryphorus] statue of Polycleitus. What you have
DionHal:Din_7 in stone the works of Polycleitus and sculptors in soft

  Polycleitus 2   - an admiral of Ptolemy, late 4th century B.C.
315/26 olemaeus sends out Myrmidon, Polycleitus, Menelaus, and Seleucus
315/27 Polycleitus defeats Theodotus, the admiral of Antigonus, near Aphrodi
280/21 ications made by Ptolemy, Polycleitus, Philocles, Iomilcus, and

  Polycleitus 3   - Athenian archon, 110 B.C.
110/_ Athenian archon: Polycleitus
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_56 ool for 19 years, he died when Polycleitus [was archon].

  Polycleitus 4   of Larissa - a Greek historian
Aelian:NA_16.41 nes says. Further, Polycleitus says that in the same count
Athen_5.206 to the tomb. And Polycleitus speaks in high terms of the
Athen_12.539 talents. [55.] But Polycleitus of Larissa, in the eighth

  Polycleitus 5   - archon of Delphi, 206/5 B.C.
Syll_545 (206/5)   s. When Polykleitos was archon at Delphi, with

  Polycleitus 6   - a Greek writer of epigrams
Meleager_4.1 the blue corn-flower of Polycleitus ; the amaracus of Pol

  Polycleitus   - in documents
SEG_57.510 (140-130)   Aristokrates son of Polykleitos, Kleonikos son of M
Syll_334 (306/5)   one . . . to Polykleitos of Athens, Herakleitos of
Syll_444 (c. 247-240)   s: Lykopos, Aiakidas, Polykleitos, Nikanor, Pantain
Syll_585 (197-175)   was Kleodamos son of Polykleitos {188/7}, and the
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   iduals Nikodamos, Orthaios, Polykleitos and Theut

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