Damokopos was a Greek architect who lived around the 5th century BC.
As reported in the chronicles, he was responsible for the construction of the theatre of Syracuse, described by the historian Diodorus as “the most beautiful theatre in Sicily” (XVI, 83.3). It is said that Damokopos was given the nickname of Myrilla because he would diffuse the perfumed ointment of myrrh as a sign of good luck during the inauguration of new buildings.