), according to Suidas, an Alexandrian grammarian, who taught at Constantinople, and wrote a great many works on grammatical subjects, which are now lost.
It has been supposed that he is the same as the grammarian Horapollo, but the works which Suidas attributes to Horus are different from those of Horapollo. Macrobius (Macr. 1.7
) mentions a Cynie philosopher of the name of Horus.