Agasias, son of Menophilus was an Ancient Greek sculptor from Ephesus. He was possibly the cousin of Agasias, son of Dositheus, sculptor of the Borghese Gladiator. He is mentioned in a Greek inscription, from which it appears that he exercised his art in Delos while that island was under Roman sway; probably some time about 100 BC. He probably sculpted a striking figure of a warrior now in the National Archaeological Museum, Athens.

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  • Agasia, figlio di Menofilo, noto per 4 iscrizioni firmate, appartenute a statue onorifiche e rinvenute a Delo, grazie alle quali è stato possibile datare la sua attività al I secolo a.C. Altre due firme provengono da Tinos, appartenute a due opere bronzee speculari, secondo il gusto ellenistico, le quali ornavano l'altare del santuario di Posidone e Anfitrite. Gli viene attribuita una figura di gladiatore, in marmo, attualmente conservata ed esposta nel Museo archeologico nazionale di Atene. (it)
  • Agasias, son of Menophilus was an Ancient Greek sculptor from Ephesus. He was possibly the cousin of Agasias, son of Dositheus, sculptor of the Borghese Gladiator. He is mentioned in a Greek inscription, from which it appears that he exercised his art in Delos while that island was under Roman sway; probably some time about 100 BC. He probably sculpted a striking figure of a warrior now in the National Archaeological Museum, Athens. (en)
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  • Agasia, figlio di Menofilo, noto per 4 iscrizioni firmate, appartenute a statue onorifiche e rinvenute a Delo, grazie alle quali è stato possibile datare la sua attività al I secolo a.C. Altre due firme provengono da Tinos, appartenute a due opere bronzee speculari, secondo il gusto ellenistico, le quali ornavano l'altare del santuario di Posidone e Anfitrite. Gli viene attribuita una figura di gladiatore, in marmo, attualmente conservata ed esposta nel Museo archeologico nazionale di Atene. (it)
  • Agasias, son of Menophilus was an Ancient Greek sculptor from Ephesus. He was possibly the cousin of Agasias, son of Dositheus, sculptor of the Borghese Gladiator. He is mentioned in a Greek inscription, from which it appears that he exercised his art in Delos while that island was under Roman sway; probably some time about 100 BC. He probably sculpted a striking figure of a warrior now in the National Archaeological Museum, Athens. (en)
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  • Agasias (figlio di Menofilo) (it)
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