Aëtion in Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities

(Ἀετίων). A Greek painter in the latter half of the fourth century B.C., especially famed for his picture of Alexander the Great's wedding with the beautiful Roxana, B.C. 328. See Pictura.

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Aetion in Wikipedia

Aetion (Ancient Greek: Αετίων) was an ancient Greek sculptor of Amphipolis,[1] mentioned by Callimachus[2] and Theocritus,[3] from whom we learn that at the request of Nicias, a famous physician of Miletus, he executed a statue of Asclepius in cedar wood. He flourished about the middle of the 3rd century BC. There was an engraver of the same name; but when he lived is not known.[4]

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