1. Of CASSANDREIA, a learned grammarian, who seems to have lived after B. C. 316.
He is mentioned by Athenaeus (xii. p. 515) as the author of--1. Περὶ συναγωγῆς
(according to others ἀναγωγῆς
, which would either be on collecting books, or on assigning books to their proper authors. 2. Περὶ Βιβλίων χρήσεως
, or Περὶ χρήσεως τῶν περὶ τὰς συνουσίας ᾀδομένων
. (Athen. 15.694
He is perhaps the same as the author of a work περὶ Διονυσιακοῦ συστήματος
, quoted by Athenaeus (xiv. pp. 636, 637), without any distinguishing epithet.
There is also a work on painters (περὶ ζωγράφων
) which is ascribed to one Artemon. (Harpocrat. s. v. Πολύγνωτος
.) Fabricius is inclined to believe, that our Artemon of Cassandreia is the one of whom Demetrius (de Elocut.
231) speaks as the person who collected letters of Aristotle.