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Polycleʹtus

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A statuary of Sicʹyou, who deduced a canon of the proportions of the several parts of the human body, and made a statue of a Persian bodyguard, which was admitted by all to be a model of the human form, and was called “The Rule” (the standard).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Pollentē
Pollio
Pollux
Polly
Polonius
Polony
Polt-foot
Poltron
Poltroon
Polybotes
Polycletus
Polycrates
Polycrates Ring
Polycraticon
Polydamás
Polydore
Polypheme
Poma Alcinoo Dare
Pomatum
Pommard (French)
Pommel