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Temple of Apollo, at Bassae, Greece, -420 to -410.

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Ictinus was an ancient Greek architect, active in Athens during the rule of Pericles, circa -440. Ictinus is associated with Greek contemporaries Callicrates and Phidias, who are also credited in the creation of the Parthenon.

(Ictinus is also spelled Iktinos. Callicrates is also spelled Kallikrates.)

Resources Sources on Ictinus

Randall J. Van Vunckt, ed. International Dictionary of Architects and Architecture : Volume 1, Architects. Detroit: St. James Press, 1993. ISBN 1-55862-087-7. LC 93-13431. NA40.I48 1993. 720'.9-dc20. p422-424.   Find books about Ictinus

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