(Ἀφροδίσιος; Aphrodísios) Son of Lybius, sculptor from Athens; in Augustan times, he worked in the copyist workshop of Baiae. A copy, bearing his initials, of the type ‘Hera Borghese’ used for portrait statues has been found. A sculptor of the same name, however, whose statues filled the emperor's palace on the Palatine, came from Tralles.
C. Landwehr, Die ant. Gipsabgüsse aus Baiae, 1985, 88-94
Overbeck, no. 2300 (sources)
P. Zancani Montuoro, Repliche romane di una statua fidiaca, in: Bullettino della Commissio…