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In our blog you will find the information about Hippodamus of Miletus, his city plans and the famous cities established according to his plan. According to Aristotle, Hippodamus of Miletus directed the rebuilding of the Plato and Aristotle in the field of political theory, Hippodamus is an interesting. Hippodamus of Miletos (or Hippodamos, Greek: Ἱππόδαμος ο Μιλήσιος) ( BC — BC) was an ancient Greek architect, urban planner, physician.

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Hippodamus of Miletus fl. Greek architect and town-planner, he proposed that the layout of a town could express social orderbe rational and geometrically clear, and employ the grid-pattern. He may have designed Miletus, Asia Minor from c. Castagnoli; Greco et al.

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He was the first to plan cities according to geometric layouts. For Pericles he remodeled Piraeus the port of Athens. He also planned the city of Rhodes and went with the Athenian colonists to hippodzmus c.

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