The contest of Apelles with Protogenes consisted in striking this true limit within each other's lines, more and more finely.
Seeing this, Apelles divided the second line, to every one's astonishment.
He was called later by scholars, "the antiquary and Apelles of our time."
Apelles was destined to bear away the palm from all his predecessors and successors.
She reminded him of the picture of the goddess of vengeance, by Apelles, which he had seen in Constantinople.
The works of Apelles and Phidias are gone; the very Parthenon is going.
Mary, the widow of Apelles, to the wife of Karnis, the singer.
Apelles was one of those who had Oppressive conduct of Apelles to the Achaeans.
In the Onites Apelles the tarsi are so habitually lost, that the insect has been described as not having them.
Hipponax the poet was an Ephesian, and the painters Parrhasius and Apelles.