1. Of Paros, the most eminent literary person of this name.
The following works are ascribed to him. 1. Περὶ Ἐπιγραμματῶν
, probably a collection of epigrams. (Athen. 10.454
f.; Jacobs, Anthol.
vol. vi. p. xxxvi.) 2. Περὶ Γλωσσῶν
, to the third book of which Athenaeus refers (xi. p. 476f.).
It is probably to this work that Achilles Tatius refers, ἐν ταῖς Φρύγιαις φωναῖς
. (Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
vol. vi. p. 193.) 3. A Commentary on Homer. (Id. vol. i. p. 517.) 4. A Commentary on Theocritus, quoted in the Scholia on 1.52. (Id. vol. iii. pp. 781, 798.) 5. A Treatise on Poetry, to which Horace is said to have been indebted in his Ars Poetica.
(Id. vol. vi. p. 373.)