480 BC - 410 BC

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Kresilas (Greek: Κρησίλας Krēsílas; c. 480 – c. 410 BC) was a Greek sculptor in the Classical period (5th century BC), from Kydonia. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Kresilas has received more than 39,195 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia. Kresilas is the 71st most popular sculptor (up from 74th in 2019), the 377th most popular biography from Greece (down from 365th in 2019) and the 14th most popular Greek Sculptor.

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Among sculptors, Kresilas ranks 71 out of 190Before him are Francesco Laurana, Agoracritus, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Johann Gottfried Schadow, Robert Morris, and Apollonius of Tralles. After him are Bonanno Pisano, Jean Goujon, Marino Marini, Calamis, Antoine Pevsner, and Adolf von Hildebrand.

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Among people born in 480 BC, Kresilas ranks 3Before him are Euripides and Antiphon. After him is Pherecydes of Leros. Among people deceased in 410 BC, Kresilas ranks 2Before him is Hippocrates of Chios.

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In Greece

Among people born in Greece, Kresilas ranks 377 out of 855Before him are Yanis Varoufakis (1961), Nikephoros Bryennios the Younger (1062), Gylippus (-500), Antiochus VIII Grypus (-141), Gregory V of Constantinople (1745), and Dinarchus (-361). After him are Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark (1906), Eucleidas (-201), Katerina Sakellaropoulou (1956), Perictione (-500), Theophylact of Ohrid (1055), and Antalcidas (-500).

Among SCULPTORS In Greece

Among sculptors born in Greece, Kresilas ranks 14Before him are Alcamenes (-500), Chares of Lindos (-400), Ageladas (-600), Antenor (-590), Paeonius (-500), and Agoracritus (-500). After him are Polykleitos the Younger (-400) and Cephisodotus the Younger (-400).