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Ictinus Line breaks: Ic¦ti|nus
Pronunciation: /ɪkˈtʌɪnəs/

Definition of Ictinus in English:

( 5th century bc), Greek architect. He is said to have designed the Parthenon in Athens with the architect Callicrates and the sculptor Phidias between 448 and 437 bc.

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