) of Corcyra, a female grammarian, who wrote upon Homer. (Athen. 1.14
d.) Some have supposed from two passages in Suidas (s. v. Ἀνάγαλλις
, that we ought to read Anagallis in this passage of Athenaeus.
The scholiast upon Homer and Eustathius (ad Il.
18.491) mention a grammarian of the name of Agallias, a pupil of Aristophanes the grammarian, also a Corcyraean and a commentator upon Homer, who may be the same as Agallis or perhaps her father.