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A Greek sculptor, born in Crete, who flourished in Argos and Sicyon about 550 B.C. In conjunction with his countryman Scyllis he founded an influential school of sculpture in the Peloponnesus. (
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THE FARNESE BULL, BY APOLLONIUS AND TAURISCUS OF TRALLES. (As restored by Guglielmo della Porta, Naples Museum.)
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