^The connection with Timotheus was first made by Franz Winter, (Mittheil. Arch. Athen. 1894:157-62 and pl. vi), on the basis of comparison of drapery of a Nereid or a Hygeia of Timotheus, just then being excavated at Epidaurus. (Adolf Michaelis, A Century of Archaeological Discoveries (1908:313)
(Getty Museum) Leda and the Swan Roman marble, 1st century AD, found in Rome, 1775 and bought by the second Earl of Shelburne, Lansdowne House, London. (Cornelius C. Vermeule, "Notes on a New Edition of Michaelis: Ancient Marbles in Great Britain," American Journal of Archaeology 1955:132f).