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Calamis (fl. 5th century BC) was a sculptor of ancient Greece. He was possibly from Boeotia, but nothing certain is known of his life although he is credited with having lived in Athens, and his sculptures are representative of Athenian sculpture. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Calamis has received more than 4,834 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Calamis is the 75th most popular sculptor.

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Among sculptors, Calamis ranks 75 out of 189Before him are Antonio Corradini, Cephisodotus the Elder, Nanni di Banco, Pietro Bernini, Andrea Sansovino, and Johann Gottfried Schadow. After him are Properzia de' Rossi, Dani Karavan, Marino Marini, David d'Angers, Raymond Duchamp-Villon, and François Girardon.

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Among people born in 500 BC, Calamis ranks 50Before him are Corax of Syracuse, Agatharchus, Telesilla, Cebes, Hippo, and Cephisodotus the Elder. After him are Apollodorus, Antalcidas, Agoracritus, Callimachus, Gylippus, and Chabrias. Among people deceased in 460 BC, Calamis ranks 10Before him are Paeonius, Pharnabazus II, Diagoras of Rhodes, Agatharchus, Telesilla, and Hippo. After him are Apollodorus, Callimachus, Gylippus, Achaemenes, Thrasybulus of Syracuse, and Sophron.

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