4. A celebrated Alexandrian grammarian, who taught at Rome.
He wrote on Homer, on the Ionic and Laconian dialects, and several other grammatical works.
Among his works was a Glossary
This was edited by H. Stephanus, Paris, 1573, fol.
; also in Bonav. Vulcan. Thesaur. Lugd. Bat. 1600, fol.
, by Labbeus, with Cyril's Glossary, Paris, 1679, fol.
; and in the London edition of Stephanus's Thesaurus, vol. 9.1826.
Suid. s. v.
; Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
vol. vi. pp. 193, 376, 634; Osann, in his Pilenon,
pp. 321, &c.; Schmidt, p. 22.