Isidorus of Miletus
Isidorus of Miletus (ĭzĭdôrˈəs, mĪlēˈtəs) [key], name of two architects of the time of Justinian. The elder was associated with Anthemius of Tralles in rebuilding Hagia Sophia, A.D. 532–37; the younger rebuilt the church's dome after its destruction by earthquake, A.D. 553.
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