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Callicrates

(kəlĭk`rətēz), 5th cent. B.C., Greek architect. In association with IctinusIctinus
, fl. 2d half of 5th cent. B.C., one of the greatest architects of Greece. His celebrated work is the Parthenon (447–432 B.C.) upon the acropolis at Athens, which he built with the architect Callicrates as associate.
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 he built (447–432 B.C.) the ParthenonParthenon
[Gr.,=the virgin's place], temple sacred to Athena, on the acropolis at Athens. Built under Pericles between 447 B.C. and 432 B.C., it is the culminating masterpiece of Greek architecture. Ictinus and Callicrates were the architects and Phidias supervised the sculpture.
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 at Athens. At Athens also he designed (c.427) the Temple of Nike.

Callicrates

(c. 500 B.C.)
Leading Athenian architect; famous for the design of the Parthenon along with Ictinus. He also designed the Temple of Nike Apteros and part of the defensive Long Walls connecting Athens to the port at Piraeus.

Callicrates

 

(Kallikrátēs), Greek architect of the mid-fifth century B.C.

Callicrates worked in Athens. He participated in the buildingof the so-called long walls and in the fortification of the easternpart of the Acropolis walls. He also built the Parthenon(447_ 438 B.C., together with Ictinus) and the small Ionic-styleTemple of Athena Nike (planned 449 B.C., finished c. 420 B.C.)on the Acropolis.

Callicrates

5th century bc, Greek architect: with Ictinus, designed the Parthenon
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