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The Britannica's concise entry for Scopas is just that - concise. Although the entry gives a very brief detailing on who Scopas was, the discussion of the Maenad in Dresden is even shorter. However, it does note that this is one of his most noteworthy works.
Vermeule, C. "The Weary Herakles of Lysippos." American Journal of Archaeology 79(4) Oct 1975: 323-332.
Vermeule gives a comprehensive detailing of Lysippos' Herakles. Of note is the burden that Lysippos portrays with his sculpture. Herakles had the weight of the heavens upon him, and as such, many humans can empathize with that feeling. In addition to the original creation, Vermeule details the multitudes of replicas that were made of this work. These copies were created in a variety of sizes and materials.
Dying Gaul. Retrieved November 7, 2008 at http://eastlrc.valencia.cc.fl.us/askthematador/researchguides/Dying%20Gaul.htm
Dying Gaul Sculpture. Retrieved November 7, 2008 at http://www.designtoscano.com/product/indoor+statues/classic+statues/greek+and+roman+statues/dying+gaul+sculpture+-+pd1948.do
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Sculptural portrait of Philip the Arab. Retrieved November 7, 2008 at http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/html_En/03/hm3_1_3b.html