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Callicrates Syllabification: Cal·lic·ra·tes
Pronunciation: /kəˈlikrəˌtēz/

Definition of Callicrates in English:

( 5th century bc), Greek architect. He was the leading architect in Periclean Athens and, with Ictinus, designed the Parthenon (447–438 bc).

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