Boethus in Wikipedia

Boethus (Greek: Βόηθος) was a Greek sculptor of the Hellenistic age, a native of Chalcedon. His date cannot be accurately fixed, but was probably the 2nd century BCE. He was noted for his representations of children, in dealing with whom earlier Greek art had not been very successful; and especially for a group representing a boy struggling with a goose, of which several copies survive in museums. He also worked with silver.

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