Myron is known for his Discobolus (discus-thrower),Phidias (Pheidias) was known for his nearly 40 foot tall statue of Athena ("chryselephantine" -- plates of ivory upon a core of wood or stone for the flesh; solid gold drapery and ornaments) in the Parthenon and his Zeus (ivory and gold) at Olympia.Scopas was an architect of the Temple of Athena Alea at Tegea, which used all 3 of the orders (Doric and Corinthian, on the outside and Ionic inside, according to Gardner), in Arcadia. Later Scopas made sculptures for it, which are described by Pausanias. Scopas worked on the bas-reliefs that decorated the frieze of theMausoleum at Halicarnassus in Caria. Scopas may have made one of the sculptured columns on the temple of Artemis at Ephesus after its fire in 356. Scopas made a sculpture of a maenad in a Bacchic frenzy of which a copy survives.