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


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


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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