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.