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Praxiteles

Syllabification: Prax·it·e·les
Pronunciation: /prakˈsidlˌēz/

Definition of Praxiteles in English:

( Mid 4th century bc), Athenian sculptor. Only one of his works, Hermes Carrying the Infant Dionysus, survives. He is also noted for a statue of Aphrodite, of which there are only Roman copies.

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