Apollodorus

(lived AD 97-130) Greek architect. A native of Damascus, he built Trajan's Forum, the Basilica Ulpiana, Hadrian's Temple of Venus and Rome (all in the Imperial capital), and the triumphal arch in honour of Trajan at...
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Apollodorus

Athenian painter thought to have been the first to gradate light and colour, that is, to shade his paintings. For this reason he was known, in his ... [1 related articles]
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Apollodorus

[crater] Apollodorus is an impact crater on Mercury. It is located near the center of Pantheon Fossae, which is a system of radial grabens situated in the inner part of the Caloris basin. The floor, rim and walls of Apollodorus expose a low reflectance material (LRM) excavated during the impact from beneath the light volcanic plains, which ...
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Apollodorus

[runner] Apollodorus (Ἀπολλόδωρος; fl. 1st century AD) was an unlucky ancient Macedonian runner who, after winning in Olympics, was killed by lightning on his way back home. He is commemorated by Antipater of Thessalonica in the below epigram (Greek Anthology 7.390): Every year the Race of Apollodoros (Δρόμος Απολλο...
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Apollodorus

Apollodorus (of Athens), fl. 2d cent. B.C., Greek scholar. He wrote many works on grammar, history, and mythology. His best-known books, only fragments of which survive, are On the Gods, a prose treatise; and his verse Chronicle, treating Greek history from the fall of Troy.
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Apollodorus

Apollodorus was a Greek writer who lived about 140 B.C. Among the numerous works he wrote on various subjects, the only one extant is his Bibliotheca, which contains a concise account of the mythology of Greece down to the heroic age.
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Apollodorus

[painter] Apollodorus Skiagraphos (Ἀπολλόδωρος ὁ σκιαγράφος) was an influential Ancient Greek painter of the 5th century BC whose work has since been entirely lost. Apollodorus left a technique behind known as skiagraphia, a way to easily produce shadow, that affected the works not only of his contemporaries but also...
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