Apollodorus of Damascus
Roman, ca. 125 CE
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Collected by a major museum
J. Paul Getty Museum

A prolific engineer and architect who worked primarily for the Roman emperor Trajan, Apollodorus of Damascus is credited with having designed most of the imperial buildings constructed during his reign, including baths, a forum, a bridge over the Danube, and the famous Trajan’s Column (completed 113). The column, …

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