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“Let someone knock out two or three teeth for them, as they did to Bupalus; they won't talk so loud then.”
“The sculptor Bupalus was driven to kill himself by the recited poetry of Hipponax.”
“ Bupalus was a celebrated contemporary sculptor, a native of”
“Let someone knock out two or three teeth for them, as they did to Bupalus;  they won't talk so loud then.”
“Apparently Aristophanes alludes here to a verse in which Hipponax threatened to beat Bupalus.”
“The satiric poet Hipponax, who was extremely ugly, having been portrayed by Bupalus as even more unsightly-looking than the reality, composed against the artist so scurrilous an invective that the latter hung himself in despair.”
“Augustus brought many of the works of Bupalus and Athenis to Rome, and placed them on the gable of the temple of Apollo Palatinus.”
“And perhaps they'll learn, like Bupalus, not to have too much to say.”
“Chios, Bupalus and Anthermus, he repaid them so well in their own coin, that they also duly hanged themselves.”
“Bupalus, a sculptor of the Isle of Scio, is said to have produced this master-piece.”
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From the GNU Webster's 1913:
"n. A massive, compact limestone; a variety of calcite, capable of being polished and used for architectural and ornamental purposes. The color varies from white ...
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