Bryaxis (born c. 350 B.C.) was a Greek sculptor. He worked on the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus which was commissioned by Queen Artemisia in memory of her brother and husband, Mausolus. The greatest sculptors of their time, Bryaxis, Leochares, Scopas, and Timotheus were each responsible for one side of the mausoleum. The tomb was completed 3 years after the death of Mausolus and one year after the death of Artemisia.

There is also another Bryaxis sculptor.

List of ancient Greek sculptors
Ancient Greek Art

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