Apollodorus

Apollodoros (griechisch), Apollodorus (latinisiert) oder Apollodor (eingedeutscht) war in der Antike ein häufiger griechischer Name. Bekannte Namensträger sind:

Politiker
Literaten und Philologen
  • Tragiker, siehe Apollodor aus Tarsos
  • einer der wichtigsten Schriftsteller der neuen attischen Komödie, der in Athen zwischen 300 und 260 v. Chr. lebte, siehe Apollodor von Karystos
  • ein Komödiendichter (* 342 † 290), als Zeitgenossen von Menander schrieb er 47 Komödien und wurde fünfmal Preisträger. siehe Apollodor von Gela
  • ein bedeutender Grammatiker aus der zweiten Hälfte des 2. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. siehe Apollodor von Athen (Schriftsteller)
  • Rhetor aus Pergamon, siehe Apollodor aus Pergamon
  • Historiker, schrieb im ersten vorchristlichen Jahrhundert eine Geschichte der Parther, siehe Apollodor von Artemita
Philosophen
  • Philosoph aus dem Kreis des Sokrates, siehe Apollodor (Philosoph aus Athen)
  • Epikureer, siehe Apollodor Kepotyrannos
  • Schüler des Antipatros, siehe Apollodor Stoiker
  • Schüler des Diogenes, siehe Apollodor aus Seleikeia
  • Grammatiker, siehe Apollodor aus Kyrene
  • Philosoph des Atomismus, siehe Apollodor aus Kyzikos
Künstler, Kunsthandwerker und Techniker

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