isidorus miletus

Isidorus of Miletus

[iz-i-dawr-uhs, -dohr-]
flourished 6th century a.d, Byzantine engineer. He was one of the architects of Hagia Sophia; (originally an Orthodox cathedral and currently a museum in Istanbul, Turkey). Unabridged
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