The Death of Dido, sculpted by Claude-Augustine Cayot in 1711, now rests in the Louvre. Depicted, is Dido kneeling on her funeral pyre while piercing her chest with Aeneas' sword. While we haven't covered the Baroque period, I think The Death of Dito is notable. He uses the half dressed woman, similar to Praxiteles sculpture, Aphrodite of Cnidus during the Hellenic period. We even see an action scene, like in Hellenistic period, where Dito has blood dripping down her abdomen, and she's clearly in motion. While Roman art didn't necessarily focus on Gods and Goddesses, the emotion of Dito reflects Hellenistic and Roman artwork. I think comparing different periods of work is important because various characteristics cross over.