This version of Hygieia, best known from the 2nd century A.D. Roman example formerly in the Hope Collection and now in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, is thought to be based on a Greek original of the 4th century B.C. The original has been variously attributed to the sculptors Cephisodotus, Scopas or Naukydes. For the Hope Hygieia see no. 2 in Waywell, The Lever and Hope Sculptures. For another example, also 2nd century A.D. in date, found near the Zapeion Hall, Athens, see no. 246 in Kaltsas, Sculpture in the National Archaeological Museum, Athens.