Hello! I am reading the introduction of a German essay about the Augustus of Prima Porta (which is a Roman statue), and I can't figure out what the author is saying in the following sentence: Kritisch hinterfragt wird an dieser Stelle eine Aussage des kalifornischen Kunsthistorikers John Pollini, dem zu Folge der Doryphoros in Punkto auctoritas als Vorlage fur der Augustus von Prima Ports denkbar schlecht geeignet war. Just for some background, the Doryphorus is a Greek statue which inspired the statue of Augustus at Prima Porta, and auctoritas in Roman society meant a person's standing or influence. So the first part of the sentence means "At this point a statement by the Californian art historian John Pollini will be questioned"... but what exactly did the statement concern? Did he claim that the reference to the Doryphorus statue imbued the Augustus statue with suggestions of auctoritas? I've been staring at it for a long time, but I still can't figure it out.