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Associations of men of the same trade probably began as social clubs whose purposes included mutual assurance of a proper funeral and care of the deceased craftsman's family. As the influence of the state spread and deepened, these organizations became larger and were increasingly brought under government control. They apparently became subject to government assignment, at least for major projects in big cities, and they were one of the chief instruments of an imperial architect's will. Most of the special- ROMAN ARCHITECTS 41 ties connected with building had a collegium, as such an association was called: blacksmiths and ironworkers, potters and brick-makers, carpenters, stone-sawyers, and the like.
The designation "architect" embraced a number of specialties, and a Roman town, or private client, could have asked an architect for surveying work, many kinds of hydraulic engineering—dams, ports, jetties, reservoirs, and the like, in addition to the securing of a water supply—and for townplanning as well. There were specialists in all of these fields, but architects quite normally included them in their practice. D. 100 (Figure 13). D. The texts, and the extant buildings, are rather more comprehensive for the former, though in neither case do we begin to have the information we would wish, given the remarkable talent clearly evident in the remains of the relevant buildings of Nero and Domitian.
Greek architects, according to a list current in the late Hellenistic period, only two, Chersiphron and Iktinos, were primarily temple-builders. Daedalus headed the list as the legendary hero-architect. Philon, the chief architect of the Attic school in the early part of the fourth century, was on it; his work included, as we saw, both religious architecture (the portico of the Telesterion at Eleusis) and civil architecture (for example, the famous arsenal of Piraeus). Of Menekrates, who appears between Iktinos and Philon on the list, we know nothing.