Myron , in Greek old Μύρων / Múrôn (Éleuthères, Attic, first half of fifth century BC).
- Persée killing Méduse , that at the time of Pausanias one still saw on the Acropole;
- a satyr admiring a flute;
- a Minotaure;
- Athéna and Marsyas;
- of the pentathlètes of Delphes;
- of the Pancratiastes;
- colossal statues of Zeus, Héra, Héraclès;
- a Dionysos on the Helium nucleus ;
- a Hécate, wood ;
- a drunk old woman ;
- a Discobole , chief of the work whose several marble statues pass to be copies, most famous being that of the Palais Massimo ale Terme.
Myron was devoted, an equal success to the reproduction of the animals. One quotes of him a Chien and especially a Vache become famous, which was, of the time of Cicéron, in the center of the greatest place of Athens, and which one still admired with Rome in 550 of the Christian era.
- Myron in Artcyclopedia
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