Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An epithet of Hercules; specifically, noting a table-statue of Hercules seated, in bronze, which was made by the Greek sculptor Lysippus and presented by him to Alexander the Great. It was afterward owned by Hannibal and by Sulla. In the time of Domitian it had passed to the collection of a Roman amateur poet named Vindex. It is described by Martial and Statius. A plaster cast in the École des Beaux Arts, Paris, taken from an original now lost, is supposed to represent the statue.
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