R. A. Kaster
Sinnius Capito, a younger contemporary of *Varro whose scholarly writings—a treatise on syllables, Epistulae (with grammatical discussions), and antiquarian works—were used by *Verrius Flaccus, *Gellius, and others.
Stephen J. Harrison
Andrew J. W. Laird
A Stoic writer (See
Glenn W. Most and Gian Biagio Conte
Probably contemporary with *Lucretius, wrote a pedantic Moretum showing some resemblances to the pseudo-Vergilian poem of that name (see
Peter G. M. Brown
Sulpicius Camerinus wrote a sequel to Homer's Iliad (Ovid, Pont. 4. 16. 19); if identical with the consul of 9
Author of erotic poems (Ov. Tr. 2.441, Plin. Ep. 3.5.3).
R. H. Martin and A. J. Woodman
J. S. Rusten
Tauriscus (1), an anomalist grammarian, pupil of *Crates(3) of Mallus, first used τρόπος (trope) as contrasted with κυριολεξία (use of literal expressions): cf. Sextus EmpiricusAdversus mathematicos 1. 248 f. See