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Alcon  

male.

Sculptor in bronze.

Ancient Greek.

According to Pliny, Alcon made a metal statue of Heracles for Rhodes.

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5th century, male.

Active in Argos at the beginning of the 5th century BC.

Worker in bronze.

Ancient Greek.

Aristomedon was commissioned by the Phocians to make a work portraying the heroes and leaders of the country grouped around the soothsayer Tellias, to commemorate a victory over the Thessalians....

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3rd century, male.

Active at the end of the 3rd century BC.

Worker in bronze.

Ancient Greek.

Ariston's name appears on a base from Corinth that once supported a statue of Cephisoteles, son of Timosthenes.

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male.

Sculptor.

Ancient Greek.

Aristonidas (Hellenistic period?) is mentioned in Pliny and seems to have belonged to a family of artists from Rhodes. His son was called Mnsasitimus. He made a metal and bronze statue of Athamas After Killing his Son Learchus in a Fit of Madness...

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6th century, male.

Active in the Archaic period.

Born on Aegina.

Worker in bronze.

Ancient Greek.

Aristonous made a Zeus crowned with lilies, with an eagle and a thunderbolt, which was offered to Olympia by the people of Metapontum.

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Ascarus  

6th – 5th century, male.

Active Theban, active at the turn of the 6th and 5th centuries BC.

Worker in bronze.

Ancient Greek.

Acarus was the pupil of a Sicyonian master (Canachus?), according to Pausanias. Before the Persian wars he was commissioned by the Thessalians to make a ...

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6th – 5th century, male.

Active in Argos.

Worker in bronze.

Ancient Greek.

A member of the school of Ageladas, Asopodorus worked with his compatriots Atotus and Argeiadas and the Achaean Athanodorus on the large ex-voto dedicated by Praxiteles of Camarina to Olympia between 484 and 480(?) BC....

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4th century, male.

Active at the end of the 4th century BC (?).

Worker in bronze.

Ancient Greek.

Asterion made a statue dedicated at Olympia by the Sicyonian Chaereas, victor in the children's boxing competition. Since Canachus the Younger made the votive effigy of Bycelus, the first Sicyonian to win this competition, it would seem that Asterion worked at a later date than Canachus, probably at the beginning of the 4th century BC....

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6th – 5th century, male.

Worker in bronze.

Ancient Greek.

Athanodorus, from Achaea, worked at Olympia with Argeiadas, Asopodorus I and Atotus, all of Argos, on the great ex-voto dedicated by Praxiteles of Camarina between 484 and 480 (?) BC.

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5th century, male.

Active at the end of the 5th century BC.

Born in Cleitor (Arcadia).

Worker in bronze.

Ancient Greek.

According to Pliny, Athanodorus was the pupil of Polyclitus. He worked with others on the great ex-voto at Delphi offered by Sparta on the first section of the Sacred Way in memory of the victory at Aegospotami (405 BC). He made the ...