a rhetorician and grammarian, highly eulogized in the chronicle of St. Jerome, died about A. D. 359, is numbered among the ancient commentators on Terence.
He has sometimes been confounded with Eugraphius, who belongs to a much later period.
He is believed by Lindenbrogius to be the author of the Brevis dissertatio de Tragoedia et Comoedia,
commonly prefixed to the larger editions of the dramatist.
Schofen, De Terentio et Donato ejus interprete,
8vo., Bonn. 1821, p. 37; Rutinus, De Metris Terent.
p. 2705, ed. Putsch.