Myron

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My·ron

 (mī′rən) Fifth century bc.
Greek sculptor whose works include the Discus Thrower.

Myron

(ˈmaɪərən)
n
(Biography) 5th century bc, Greek sculptor. He worked mainly in bronze and introduced a greater variety of pose into Greek sculpture, as in his Discobolus

My•ron

(ˈmaɪ rən)

n.
fl. c450 B.C., Greek sculptor.
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13) As Webster surely knew, Myron of Eleutherae was the ancient Greek sculptor of bronze whom Pliny records as having produced some of the most famous statues of antiquity, including the lauded Discobolus.