Statue of the athlete Agias, from Delphi, c. 335 BC
Agias of Pharsalos, a Pancration champion, (probably not showing the real Agias as it was produced much later, after his death)
marble copy of bronze original, c. 336 BC, Delphi Museum, Greece.
His brother was Telemachos.
The inscription states which athlete the sculpture is of but it is probably the idealised image of an athlete.
Part of the Daochos monument at Delphi.http://pages.uoregon.edu/arthist/arthist_204/monuments.html)