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Polycletus

Pol·y·cli·tus or Pol·y·clei·tus (p l -kl t s) fl. fifth century b.c..

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For release in afternoon papers of Monday, June 19, 1933 which
those like Polygnotus, Zeuxis, Polycletus, Phidias, these most accomplished artists being as great missionaries as are the phi losophers and the saints.
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original treatise entitled Polycletus by Dr. Gottfried Schadow. The text is translated from the German by James J.
VII. A Monograph of the Lycœnid genus Hypochrysops, with
Aola; Hypochrysops; Hypochrysops architas; Hypochrysops cratevas;.
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Polyclitus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Polyclitus may refer to: Polykleitos, Ancient Greek sculptor. Polykleitos the Younger, the Greek sculptor's son.
Polykleitos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Polycletus (sculptor) definition of Polycletus (sculptor) in the Free
Polykleitos, Polycletus, or Polyclitus two Greek sculptors of the school of Argos. Polykleitos, the elder, fl. c.
Hypochrysops polycletus
Hypochrysops polycletus (Photo: courtesy of Bob Miller and Ian Hill).
Polycletus (sculptor) - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about
Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Polycletus (sculptor). Polycletus (sculptor). Information about Polycletus (sculptor) in the Hutchinson encyclopedia.

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