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Apollodorus, (1) a famous Greek painter who flourished at Athens, about 408 B.C., and was a contemporary of Zeuxis. (2) A learned grammarian of Alexandria, in the second century B.C. He was a pupil of Aristarchus. (3) A great architect, born at Damascus in 60 A.D. He built for Trajan the stone bridge over the Danube, and the column in the Forum, besides other splendid works. He is said to have been put to death by Hadrian in 130.