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Theodorus of Samos

Theodorus of Samos (d. 540 bc). Greek architect. He designed (with Rhoecus) the great Ionic temple of the Heraion, Samos (from c.575 bc), and wrote an architectural treatise, now lost, one of the earliest of Classical Antiquity. He was also involved in the building of the fourth temple of Artemis at Ephesus (c.565 bc) with Chersiphron.

Bibliography

Dinsmoor (1950);
Lawrence (1983)

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