1. An architect, who, in conjunction with Paeonius, finished the great temple of Artemis at Ephesus, which Chersiphron had begun about 220 years before.
He probably lived about B. C. 340, but his date cannot be fixed with certainty. Vitruvius calls him servus Dianae,
that is, a ἱερόδουλος
. (Vitruv. vii. Praef. § 16; CHERSIPHRON.）