Dinocrates the Architect of the second Artemis Temple was born on the island of Rhodes in the fourth century BC. He became an architect and later he became the technical adviser for Alexander the Great. The greatest of his works was the plan of the city Alexandria.
Dinocrates stopped in Ephesus with Alexander the Great and heard the story of the burning of the famous Artemis Temple. Dinocrates contributed in the design and the construction of the second Temple of Artemis in Ephesus.