Category:Hagias (Archaeological Museum of Delphi)

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Lysippos: Agias  wikidata:Q23991000 
Artist
Possibly copy after
Lysippos  (–390––300) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q192222
Lysippos
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
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Lysippos: Agias
Title
Hagias
Object type statue
Description
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
1875
References Paolo Moreno () Lisippo: l'arte e la fortuna, Milan: Fabbri ISBN: 8845057380.

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