Machatas (sculptor)

Machatas was a sculptor, whose name is known by two inscriptions [1] in Acarnania (Anaktorio) from which it appears that he made a statue of Hercules, which was dedicated by one Laphanes, son of Lasthenes. He is also mentioned in the second inscription as the maker of a statue dedicated to Asclepius.[2]



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