Myron

[novel] Myron is the name of a 1974 novel by Gore Vidal. It was written as a sequel to his 1968 bestseller Myra Breckinridge. The novel was published shortly after an anti-pornography ruling by the Supreme Court; Vidal responded by replacing the profanity in his novel with the names of the Justices involved (e.g., "He thrust his enormous Re
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Myron

Greek sculptor, 480-445 BCE. One of the first sculptors to experiment with movement and the depiction of emotion, ushering in the High Classical period. Best known for the Discus Thrower.
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Myron

(c. 500-440 BC) Greek sculptor. A late contemporary of Phidias, he is known to have made statues of the athletes Timanthes (456 BC) and Lycinus (448 BC), excelling in the representation of movement. His bronze...
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Myron

Greek sculptor, an older contemporary of the sculptors Phidias and Polyclitus, considered by the ancients as one of the most versatile and ... [2 related articles]
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Myron

Myron is a Greek boy name. The meaning of the name is `Myhrr` Where is it used? The name Myron is mainly used In English and In Ancient Greek. Myron doesn`t appear In 2007`s top-1000 name list.The last time Myron appeared In the top-1000 was 8 years ago, In 2000. It ranked #923 In that year. . 1930 was a `top year` for the name Myron. (Based
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Myron

Myron of Eleutherae (Μύρων) working circa 480-440 BC, was an Athenian sculptor from the mid-5th century BC. He was born in Eleutherae on the borders of Boeotia and Attica. According to Pliny`s Natural History, Ageladas of Argos was his teacher. The traveller Pausanias noted sculptures by Myron that remained in situ in the 2nd century CE. Chi.
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Myron

Greek sculptor. A late contemporary of Phidias, he is known to have made statues of the athletes Timanthes (456 BC) and Lycinus (448 BC), excelling in the representation of movement. His bronze Discobolus/Discus-Thrower and Athene and Marsyas, much admired in his time, are known through Roman copies, wh...
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Myron

[given name] Myron is a masculine given name used in English-speaking countries.{citationneeded|date=February 2010} This use was originally in honor of the ancient Greek sculptor Myron (Greek Μύρων), whose name meant "myrrh, perfume" in ancient Greek. Myron was fairly popular as a male given name in the United States during the early p
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Myron

[disambiguation] Myron was an Athenian sculptor from the mid-fifth century BC. Myron may also refer to: ...
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