(lived 2nd century BC) Greek sculptor. He and his brother Tauriscus, both active in Rhodes, made the marble group known as the Farnese Bull (Roman copy National Museum, Naples), based on the legend of Amphion
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The outer rim of Apollonius is somewhat worn and is overlain by a pair of small craters (including Apollonius E) across the western wall. The nearly flat interior floor has a low albedo and has been covered by lava. It lacks a central peak or notable small craters across the bottom. ==Satellite craters== By convention these feature
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Apollonius (ăp"ulō'nēus) , in the books of the Maccabees. 1. Governor of Coele-Syria and Phoenicia for Seleucus IV. He oppressed the Jews and was killed by Judas Maccabaeus. 2. Governor of Coele-Syria under Alexander Balas.
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Apollonius (fl. 443-451) was a general of the Eastern Roman Empire. == Biography == Apollonius was a Pagan and well-educated. Before 448 he converted to Christianity. He received two letters by Theodoret. He was magister militum praesentalis in the East at least since 443 and until 451, when he was sent to Attila as ambas
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Flavius Apollonius (floruit 460) was an East Roman consul in 460. He could be identified with that Apollonius who was praetorian prefect of the East in 442-443, or with that Apollonius who was magister militum in 443-451. == Bibliography == ...
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Apollonius (floruit 436-451) was a politician of the Eastern Roman Empire. He was comes sacrarum largitionum in 436, then Praetorian prefect of the East from August 21, 442 to May 22, 443. Apollonius attended to the Council of Chalcedon in 451. He might be the Apollonius who was consul in 460. == Bibliography == ...
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