No works of the late-fifth-century B.C.E. sculptor Polyclitus have survived; in Roman times, however, he was famous as the sculptor of the Doryphorus (the spear-bearer), much imitated by Roman sculptors. The fourth-century B.C.E. Athenian sculptor Praxiteles’s works include the Aphrodite of Knidos and the altar of the Artemision in Ephesus (neither work has survived). Scopas, a fourth-century B.C.E. sculptor from the island of Paros, designed the Temple of Athena at Tegea, not far from Sparta.