3. A distinguished grammarian of Alexandria, who also taught at Rome.
He was surnamed Homericus,
and, in addition to commentaries on pretty well all the poets, wrote a number of grammatical and miscellaneous works, the titles of which are given by Suidas (s. v.
There are some other insignificant persons of this name. (See Vossius, de Hist. Graec.
p. 496, ed. Westermann; Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
vol. i. pp. 86, 184, n., 522, vol. ii. p. 27, vol. iv. p. 166, vol. v. p. 107, vol. vi. p. 378.)