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Polyclitus

Polyclitus (5th century bc), Greek sculptor, known for his statues of idealized male athletes. Two Roman copies of his works survive, the Doryphoros (spear-bearer) and the Diadumenos (youth fastening a band round his head).

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Polyclitus

Polyclitus: see Polykleitos.

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Polyclitus

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