[pol-i-dawr-uh s, -dohr-]
- flourished 1st century b.c., Greek sculptor who, with Agesander and Athenodorus, carved the Laocoön group.
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The shade of Polydorus, Hecuba's son, outlines the course of the action.Authors of Greece
T. W. Lumb
Hec´uba learned soon after the sad fate of her son Polydorus.The Student's Mythology
Catherine Ann White
The claim of Polydorus, the only son, does not arise until Dionysus has been banished and Pentheus slain.The Bronze Age and the Celtic World
Seeking to found a city, they are warned away by the ghost of Polydorus and visit Anius in Ortygia (19-99).The Aeneid of Virgil
This work, Polydorus , and five other operas written for Brunswick, spread his fame all over Germany.
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