Category:Hagias (Archaeological Museum of Delphi)

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Lysippos: Agias  wikidata:Q23991000 
Possibly copy after
Lysippos  (–390––300) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q192222
Alternative names Lisippo; Lysipp; Lysippos of Sikyon; Lysippus
Description Greek sculptor, brazier and architect
Date of birth/death circa 390 BC circa 300 BC
Location of birth Sicyon in Peloponnesus, Greece
Work period between circa 372 and circa 310 BC
Authority control
Lysippos: Agias
Object type statue
Statue of Hagias, possibly by Lysippos or his son Euthykrates (RIDGWAY, B. Hellenistic sculpture, 2001), from the votive of Daochos II in Delphi. Marble copy of a bronze original. Missing right arm and left hand, knees and calves. The nose is slightly damaged.
Date circa 337 BC
Medium sculpture in the round / Parian marble
Dimensions Height: 200 cm (78.7 in)
Delphi Archaeological Museum
Accession number
References Paolo Moreno () Lisippo: l'arte e la fortuna, Milan: Fabbri ISBN: 8845057380.

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