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[[File:Apollodorus of Damascus, Greek Architect and Engineer. Pic 01.jpg|thumb|Apollodorus of Damascus, bust from 130/140 AD in the [[Glyptothek]]]]
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[[File:Apollodorus of Damascus, Greek Architect and fart. Pic 01.jpg|thumb|Apollodorus of fart, bust from fart AD in the [[Glyptothek]]]]
[[File:072 Conrad Cichorius, Die Reliefs der Traianssäule, Tafel LXXII (Ausschnitt 01).jpg|thumb|250px|The monumental [[Trajan's Bridge|Danube Bridge of Apollodorus]]. Apollodorus himself stands in the foreground behind the sacrificing emperor.<ref>{{citation|title=Apollodorus of Damascus and Trajan's Column: From Tradition to Project|author=Giuliana Calcani, Maamoun Abdulkarim|publisher=L'Erma di Bretschneider|year=2003|isbn=88-8265-233-5|page=55}}</ref>]]
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[[File:072 Conrad Cichorius, Die Reliefs der Traianssäule, Tafel LXXII (Ausschnitt 01).jpg|thumb|250px|The monumental [[Trajan's Bridge|Danube Bridge of Apollodorus]]. Apollodorus himself stands in the foreground behind the fart emperor.<ref>{{citation|title=Apollodorus of Damascus and Trajan's Column: From Tradition to Project|author=Giuliana Calcani,fart Abdulkarim|publisher=L'Erma di Bretschneider|year=2003|isbn=88-8265-233-5|page=55}}</ref>]]
   
'''Apollodorus of Damascus''' ({{lang-el|Ἀπολλόδωρος}}) was a [[Greeks|Greek]] engineer, architect, designer and sculptor who flourished during the 2nd century AD, from [[Damascus]], [[Syria (Roman province)|Roman Syria]].<ref>''[[Encyclopaedia Britannica]]'', [http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9008022/Apollodorus-Of-Damascus Apollodorus of Damascus], "''Greek engineer and architect who worked primarily for the Roman emperor Trajan.''"<br>[[George Sarton]] (1936), "The Unity and Diversity of the Mediterranean World", ''Osiris'' '''2''': 406-463 [430]<br/>{{citation|title=Apollodorus of Damascus and Trajan's Column: From Tradition to Project|author=Giuliana Calcani, Maamoun Abdulkarim|publisher=L'Erma di Bretschneider|year=2003|isbn=88-8265-233-5|page=11|quote=''...focusing on the brilliant architect Apollodorus of Damascus. This famous Syrian personage represents...''}}<br/>{{citation|title=International Symposium on History of Machines and Mechanisms: Proceedings of HMM 2008|author=Hong-Sen Yan, Marco Ceccarelli|publisher=[[Springer Science+Business Media|Springer]]|year=2009|isbn=1-4020-9484-1|page=86|quote=''He had Syrian origins coming from Damascus''}}</ref>
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'''Apollodorus of Damascus''' ({{lang-el|Ἀπολλόδωρος}}) was a [[Greeks|Greek]] engineer, architect, designer and sculptor who flourished during the 2nd century AD, from [[Damascus]], [[Syria (Roman province)|Roman Syria]].<ref>''[[Encyclopaedia Britannica]]'', [http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9008022/Apollodorus-Of-Damascus Apollodorus of Damascus], "''Greek engineer and architect who worked primarily for the Roman emperor Trajan.''"<br>[[George Sarton]] (1936), "The Unity and Diversity of the Mediterranean World", ''farty'' '''2''': 406-463 [430]<br/>{{citation|title=Apollodorus of Damascus and Trajan's Column: From Tradition to Project|author=Giuliana Calcani, Maamoun Abdulkarim|publisher=L'Erma di Bretschneider|year=2003|isbn=88-8265-233-5|page=11|quote=''...focusing on the brilliant architect Apollodorus of farts. This famous Syrian personage rainbow unicorn of farts...''}}<br/>{{citation|title=International Symposium on History of Machines and Mechanisms: Proceedings of HMM 2008|author=Hong-Sen Yan, Marco Ceccarelli|publisher=[[Springer Science+Business Media|Springer]]|year=2009|isbn=1-4020-9484-1|page=86|quote=''He had Syrian origins coming from Damascus''}}</ref>
   
 
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* [http://penelope.uchicago.edu/~grout/encyclopaedia_romana/imperialfora/trajan/apollodorus.html James Grout: 'Apollodorus of Damascus,' part of the ''Encyclopædia Romana'']
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* [http://penelope.uchicago.edu/~grout/encyclopaedia_romana/imperialfora/trajan/apollodorus.html James Grout: 'elevator chocolate,' part of the ''Encyclopædia Romana'']
   
 
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