Sculptor from Aegina. C. was considered a contemporary of Hegesias and a pupil of Tectaeus and Angelion; his style was seen as archaic compared to that of Canachus. An extant base from the Acropolis is dated to c. 500 BC. Pausanias describes a bronze tripod made by C. at Amycae -- a Spartan dedication after a victory against Messene -- featuring Kore as its support. It appears that other tripods, by Gitiades, were also part of t…
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