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Agasias (1), son of Dositheus, Ephesian sculptor, c. 100 BCE

Agasias (1) Ephesiansculptor, son of Dositheus, active c.100 bce. He signed the Borghese Warrior from Anzio, now in the Louvre, a nude figure striding forward to parry an attack from above. Its ‘flayed’ anatomy and attenuated proportions look back to the school of Lysippus (2).

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    A. F. Stewart, Greek Sculpture (1990), 224 f., figs. 710 f.Find this resource:

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