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.

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

[crater] Myron is a crater on Mercury. It has a diameter of 31 kilometers. Its name was adopted by the International Astronomical Union in 1979. Myron is named for the ancient Greek sculptor Myron, who lived from 480 to 440 BCE. ...
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Myron

[duo] Myron is a Swiss pop-rock duo based singing in English language and made up of lead singer Emanuel `Manu` Gut (also widely known by his stage name Manu-L) and songwriter, guitarist and bass player Chris Haffner. The two met while working as studio musicians and they formed the band in 2003, in Basel, Switzerland. The band signed with ...
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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

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

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

Myron is a Greek name for boys. The meaning is `myrrh, fragrant oil` The name Myron is most commonly given to Dutch boys. (4 times more often than to American boys.) Myron is given to boys and girls in Scotland and the Netherlands What do they use in other countries? Miron The name sounds like: Marion, Marino, Meirion, Merwyn, Merwin, Marwin, Morin...
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