2. A Greek grammarian, and contemporary of Libanius.
He was a native of Pelusium in Egypt, and wrote a work on orthography, which is lost, but is often referred to by Suidas, in the Etymologicum, and by Stephanus of Byzantium. (s. vv. Α῎ιλια, Δασκύλιον
, and Ὀπεστία
; Eudoc. p. 168.)