(Ζευξιάδης/Zeuxiádēs). Bronze sculptor, pupil of Silanion (Plin. HN 34,51). A base from Rome, recorded in the 19th cent. and since lost, was evidence that Z. had created a sculpture of the rhetor Hypereides, which can be dated on historical grounds to after 307 BC. The usual identification of this sculpture with a certain type of which only copies have survived must be rejected.
Loewy, Nr. 483
P. Moreno, s. v. Z., EAA 7, 1267 f.
Richter, Portraits 2, 210 f.