Evander of Beroea

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For the Roman-era Athenian sculptor, see Evander Aulanius.

Evander (Greek: Εὔανδρος) son of Evander from Beroea was a Roman-era Macedonian sculptor of the 1st century AD. A well-preserved relief of the Flavian period, was signed by him.[1] Two other signatures of Evander are also found in Lete[2] and Larissa.[3]

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  1. ^ Ancient Italy: A Study of the Interrelations of Its Peoples as Shown in their Arts - Page 102 by Gisela Marie Augusta Richter
  2. ^ Tomb stele of Dionysophon son of Hippostratos SEG 17:318
  3. ^ IG IX,2 601 Pelasgiotis — Larisa — 1st century AD