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Eu'tyches

or EUTY'CHIUS, a disciple of Priscian, taught Latin grammar publicly at Constantinople.


Works


He wrote a treatise in two books, De discernendis conjugatiombus Libri II., his pupil Craterus.

Editions

This work was first published by Camerarius, Tubing. 4to. 1537, along with Marius Victorinus, is included in the " Grammaticae Latinae Auctores Antiqui" of Putschius, Hanov. 4to. 1605, and has been recently edited in a more correct and complete form by Lindemann (Corpus Grammat. Lat. i. p. 151) from a MS. now at Vienna, but formerly in the monastery of Bobbio. Here the author is termed Eutychius and not Eutyches.


Some remarks from a tract of Eutychius, De Aspiratione, are to be found in the 9th chapter of Cassiodorlus, De Orthorgraphia.

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