see Farnese BullFarnese Bull,
sculptured group representing Zethus and Amphion, sons of Antiope, tying Dirce (who had ill-treated their mother) to an enraged bull. The sculpture is generally considered to have been executed by Apollonius of Tralles and his brother Tauriscus in the 1st or 2d
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It had acquired a clearer identity by the 1580s, after restoration, as a work once owned by Asinius Pollio and described by Pliny as having been fashioned by Tauriscus and Apollonius of Rhodes.
I 252, with [sub sections] 74, and cf.[sub sections][sub sections]248f., on Tauriscus, a pupil of Crates').