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date: 08 December 2022



  • Peter Barr Reid Forbes
  •  and Robert Browning


Arcadius (1), of Antiocheia, a grammarian, of the later empire, who wrote a (lost) Ὀνοματικόν (table of noun inflexions). To him is falsely ascribed an extant epitome from *Herodian (1), probably made by Theodosius (end of 4th cent. ce), to which a spurious conclusion was added in the 16th cent.


  • Greek Literature

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