Calamis (early C5 bc) A sculptor, probably from Boeotia, who made fine statues of horses. pausanias (3) reports several of his masterpieces: a Zeus Ammon made for pindar and a Hermes for Tanagra. Pliny the Elder reports a colossal bronze Apollo for Apollonia on the Black Sea. lucian admired a Sosandra, which may have been a model for statues of Aspasia of which Roman copies exist. Pausanias writes of a statue of Apollo the Protector from Evil, which stood in the Ceramicus at Athens.