APOLLODORUS , of
See also:Damascus, a famous Greek architect, who flourished during the znd century A.D . He was a favourite of Trajan, for whom he constructed the
See also:bridge over the
See also:Danube (A.D . 104-105) . He also planned a gymnasium, a
See also:college, public
See also:baths, the
See also:Odeum and the Forum Trajanum,within the city of Rome; and the triumphal
See also:arches at Beneventum and Ancona . The Trajan
See also:column in the centre of the Forum is celebrated as being the first triumphal
See also:monument of the kind . On the accession of
See also:Hadrian, whom he had offended by ridiculing his performances as architect and artist, Apollodorus was banished, and, shortly afterwards, being charged with imaginary crimes, put to
See also:death (Dio Cassius lxix . 4) . He also wrote a
See also:treatise on
See also:Siege Engines (HoXwpKrlroKa), which was dedicated to Hadrian .
APOLLO (Gr. 'A2r6XXwv,'Airkkhwv)
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