Artemido'rus（*)Artemi/dwros). 1. Surnamed ARISTOPHANIUS, and also Pseudo-Aristophanius, from his being a disciple of the celebrated grammarian Aristophanes, of Byzantium at Alexandria. Artemidorus himself was, therefore, a contemporary of Aristarchus, and likewise a grammarian.
περὶ Δωρίδος, the nature of which is not clear, and of λέξεις or γλῶσσαι ὀψαρτυτικαί, that is, a dictionary of technical terms and expressions used in the art of cookery. (Athen. 1.5, ix. p. 387, xiv. pp. (662, 663 ; Suidas, s. vv., Ἀρτεμίδωρος and Τιμαχίδας; Erotian in Λάσιον.)