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There are several late-Roman figures named Olympiodorus:
- Olympiodorus the Seleucid (c. 178 BC), 2nd-century BC high-priest in Coele-Syria and Phoinike, commissioned by Seleucus IV Philopator
- Olympiodorus of Thebes (fl. 412), 5th-century historical writer
- Olympiodorus the Younger (c. 495 – 570), 6th-century Neoplatonist philosopher, last pagan head of Alexandrian School, and astrologer
- Olympiodorus the Elder, 5th-century Peripatetic philosopher and teacher of Proclus
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