Gehlen Akron (Acro Helenius)( Rome grammars)
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Akron, Gehlen, Acro, Helenius, II in. BC, Roman grammarian. Written comments on the comedies of Terence Brothers and the eunuch, as well as the works of Horace, and, probably, to Persia. Proceedings of these deaths. Explanations for Horace had been used several decades later, the remaining comments Pomponia Porphyrion to creations of the poet. But A. wrongly attributed to the preserved collection (probably due to only eat the earlier manuscripts of A.) Horace Studies. It was founded in the V and VII centuries partly. and are known as Psevdoakronovy scholium. Rather, these Scholia original comments were based on a. to Horace.