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Metrodorus (Greek: Μητρόδωρος, Mētrodōros, "mother's gift") is the name of numerous historical figures, including:
Metrodorus of Lampsacus (the elder) (5th century BC), philosopher from the school of Anaxagoras
Metrodorus of Cos (5th century BC), Pythagorean writer
Metrodorus of Chios (4th century BC), philosopher from the school of Democritus
Metrodorus of Lampsacus (the younger) (331–278 BC), Epicurean philosopher
Metrodorus of Athens (mid 2nd century BC), philosopher and painter
Metrodorus of Stratonicea (late 2nd century BC), philosopher, originally Epicurean, later a follower of Carneades
Metrodorus of Scepsis (c. 145 BC – 70 BC), writer, orator and politician
Metrodorus (grammarian) (c. 6th century AD), grammarian and mathematician who collected the mathematical epigrams in the Greek Anthology
Metrodorus (4th century BC), physician who married Aristotle's daughter Pythias
Metrodorus (late 3rd, early 2nd century BC), general in the employ of Philip V of Macedon during the Cretan War
Metrodorus (late 1st, early 2nd century AD), pupil of the physician Sabinus

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