Theodotos (d. c.360 bc). Greek architect. He designed the Doric temple of Asclepius, Epidaurus (c.375 bc), celebrated for its sculptures in the pediments and for the chryselephantine statue within, and also for the curious fact that the expense-accounts for the building survive.
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