Lexicon of Greek Grammarians of Antiquity

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Lysimachus

(8,380 words)

Author(s): Meliadò, Claudio
Entry Version: This is the English version of this article translated by Patrick Hogan. The original Italian version was written by Claudio Meliadò and published on 04/04/2019. Here is the Italian version of this entry. Grammarian: Name: Lysimachus | Λυσίμαχος Identity: Perseus | Pauly-Wissowa | BNP | BNJ Place of Origin: ? Date: 3rd/2nd c. BCE? ↓ To Source List Biography: The information we have about Lysimachus is meager and uncertain. We do not know his city of origin: some sources call him an Alexandrian (ὁ Ἀλεξανδρεύς: Sch. Ap. Rh. 1, 558 and Sch. Soph. OC. 91), but this should probab…

Autoclides

(3,063 words)

Author(s): Muratore, Davide
Entry Version: This is the English version of this article translated by Patrick Hogan. The original Italian version was written by Davide Muratore and first published on 03/05/2006. Here is the Italian version of this entry. Grammarian: Name: Autoclides | Αὐτοκλείδης Identity: BNJ Place of Origin: Athens Date: ante 1st c. CE. ↓ To Source List Biography: Autoclides was an Athenian exegete (on exegetes cf. J.H. Oliver, The Athenian expounders of the sacred and ancestral law, Baltimore 1950; K. Clinton, The sacred officials of the Eleusinian Mysteries, ‘Transactions of the American…

Dionysius [1]

(1,241 words)

Author(s): Ucciardello, Giuseppe
Entry Version: This is the English version of this article translated by Patrick Hogan. The original Italian version was written by Giuseppe Ucciardello and first published on 14/06/2005. Here is the Italian version of this entry. Grammarian: Name: Dionysius [1] | Διονύσιος ὁ Ὀλύνθιος Place of Origin: Olynthus (?) Date: 5th/4th c. BCE (?) ↓ To Source List Biography: Dionysius is an almost unknown grammarian, wholly neglected by reference books and encyclopedic repertories; if the passage of Tatianus1 that names him after Herodotus2 and before Ephorus3 really contains a διαδοχή of th…