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a Latin grammarian, who is believed to have flourished as late as the end of the tenth century.


Notes on Terence

He is the author of a few unimportant notes upon Terence, referring chiefly to the prologues.


They were first published by Faernus (Florent. 8vo. 1565), were subsequently improved and enlarged by Lindenbrogius (4to. Paris, 1502, Francf. 1623) and Westerhovius (Hag. Com. 4to. 1726), and are given in all the more complete editions of the dramatist.

We hear also of a MS. in the Bibliothêque du Roi at Paris, intitled Commentum in Terentium, bearing the name of Eugraphius, which Lindenbrogius did not think worth publishing.


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