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3rd – 2nd century, male.

Engraver (stone).

Ancient Greek.

Nicandrus was an engraver of precious stones, including Portrait of a Woman.

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3rd – 2nd century, male.

Engraver (stone).

Ancient Greek.

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1st century, male.

Cameo engraver.

Ancient Greek.

Polyclitus engraved a cornelian gemstone showing Diomedes Stealing the Palladium.

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2nd century, male.

Active probably during the 2nd century BC.

Cameo engraver.

Ancient Greek.

Boston (MFA): cameos

Florence (Uffizi)

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Quintus  

1st century, male.

Cameo engraver.

Ancient Roman.

Quintus was the son of Alexas, a carver of cameos. A fragment of a cameo by the former, showing the god Mars walking, is in Florence.

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Rufus I  

1st century, male.

Active probably at the beginning of the 1st century.

Cameo engraver.

Ancient Roman.

Rufus is known for a cameo showing Victory Driving Four Horses, now in the St Petersburg Museum.

St Petersburg (Hermitage): Victory Driving Four Horses (double layer onyx cameo...

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1st century, male.

Active during the first half of the 1st century.

Cameo engraver.

Ancient Roman.

Saturninus carved a cameo bearing the portrait of a woman.

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Scylax  

1st century (?), male.

Cameo engraver, painter (?). Mythological subjects.

Ancient Greek.

Scylax is represented by three cameos showing characters from Greek mythology.

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2nd century, male.

Cameo engraver.

Ancient Greek.

Seleucus is known for a cameo representing Philoctetes Arming.

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1st century, male.

Cameo engraver.

Ancient Greek.

Sostratus carved cameos representing mythological scenes.

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Teucer  

1st century, male.

Cameo engraver.

Ancient Greek.

Teucer is known for an engraved amethyst showing Heracles and a Nymph, now in Florence.

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Tryphon  

1st century, male.

Cameo engraver.

Ancient Greek.

Boston: The Marriage of Eros and Psyche (cameo in sard)

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Zoilus  

2nd century, male.

Active c. 183 to 172 BC.

Engraver. Seals, coins.

Ancient Greek.

Zoilus is the maker of some coins (tetradrachms) bearing the effigy of King Perseus of Macedonia.