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Philon (Greek: Φίλων), Athenian architect of the 4th century BC, is known as the planner of two important works: the portico of twelve Doric columns to the great Hall of the Mysteries at Eleusis (work commissioned by Demetrius Phalereus about 318 BC) and, under the administration of Lycurgus, an arsenal at Athens. Of the last we have exact knowledge from an inscription. E. A. Gardner observes that it "is perhaps known to us more in detail than any other lost monument of antiquity." It was to hold the rigging of the galleys; and was so contrived that all its contents were visible from a central hall, and so liable to the inspection of the Athenian democracy. He is known to have written books on the Athenian arsenal and on the proportions of temple buildings, but these are now lost.

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  • Philon
  • Filó (arquitecte)
  • Philon von Eleusis
  • Filon Atenasekoa
  • Filón de Atenas
  • Philon d’Athènes
  • Filone di Atene
  • Філон Афінський
  • 菲隆
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  • Filó (Philon, Φίλων fou un destacat arquitecte atenenc, que va viure al final segle iv aC. Va construir per encàrrec de Demetri de Falèron un pòrtic amb dotze columnes dòriques al temple d'Eleusis (318 aC. També va construir un arsenal (armamentarium al Pireu que podia contenir armament per mil vaixells, edifici que fou destruït vers dos segles i mig després per Luci Corneli Sul·la quan va conquerir Atenes. Va escriure una obra sobre arquitectura dels temples i sobre un moll que va construir al Pireu.
  • Filone di Atene (IV secolo a.C. – III secolo a.C. è stato un ingegnere militare greco antico.
  • 菲隆(英語:Philon),约活动于公元前4世纪前后。古希腊的建筑师之一,他设计了的水军军械库,并为厄琉西斯的加入了一道门廊。其在建筑方面的论著现已失传。但古罗马时代的维特鲁威对他有所记述。
  • Філон Афінський — видатний архітектор та письменник IV століття до н. е.
  • Philon von Eleusis war ein griechischer Architekt in der zweiten Hälfte des 4. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. Zwei Bauwerke werden Philon in der antiken Literatur zugeschrieben: erstens das zwischen 347 und 329 v. Chr. errichtete große Schiffsarsenal, die Skeuothek, im Hafen von Athen, dem Piräus, und die zwischen 317 und 307 v. Chr. angefügte Vorhalle am Telesterion von Eleusis. Philon scheint sowohl praktischer Architekt als auch Architekturtheoretiker gewesen zu sein, da er eine Abhandlung über die Proportionen des griechischen Tempels geschrieben und Kommentare zu seinem Bau der Skeuothek hinterlassen hatte. Beide – heute verlorenen – Schriften werden von Vitruv erwähnt, der auch den Vorhallenbau am Telesterion dem Philon zuweist. Laut Cicero soll Philon mit großer Beredsamkeit, die Cicero nicht
  • Filon Atenasekoa, K.a. IV. mende amaierako eta K.a. III. mende hasierako ingeniari militar greziar bat izan zen. Vitruvioren arabera, Demeter eta Persefoneren tenpluan lan egin zuen, Eleusisen. Tenpluen proportzioei buruzko tratatu bat idatzi zuen, kontserbatu ez dena, eta, berari buruzko erreferentzia bakarra, Vitruvioren lanekoa delarik. Tratatu hau, modulu nozioari buruzko azterketaren aurkibide historiko bat da. * Datuak: Q240499
  • Philon (Greek: Φίλων), Athenian architect of the 4th century BC, is known as the planner of two important works: the portico of twelve Doric columns to the great Hall of the Mysteries at Eleusis (work commissioned by Demetrius Phalereus about 318 BC) and, under the administration of Lycurgus, an arsenal at Athens. Of the last we have exact knowledge from an inscription. E. A. Gardner observes that it "is perhaps known to us more in detail than any other lost monument of antiquity." It was to hold the rigging of the galleys; and was so contrived that all its contents were visible from a central hall, and so liable to the inspection of the Athenian democracy. He is known to have written books on the Athenian arsenal and on the proportions of temple buildings, but these are now lost.
  • Philon d’Athènes est un ingénieur militaire grec de la fin du IVe siècle / début du IIIe siècle av. J.-C. D’après Vitruve, il aurait travaillé au temple de Déméter et de Perséphone, à Éleusis. Il a écrit un traité intitulé Sur les proportions des temples, aujourd’hui perdu mais dont on retrouve la mention dans l’œuvre de Vitruve. Ce traité constitue un indice historique pour l’étude de la notion de module.
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  • Filó (Philon, Φίλων fou un destacat arquitecte atenenc, que va viure al final segle iv aC. Va construir per encàrrec de Demetri de Falèron un pòrtic amb dotze columnes dòriques al temple d'Eleusis (318 aC. També va construir un arsenal (armamentarium al Pireu que podia contenir armament per mil vaixells, edifici que fou destruït vers dos segles i mig després per Luci Corneli Sul·la quan va conquerir Atenes. Va escriure una obra sobre arquitectura dels temples i sobre un moll que va construir al Pireu.
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