Dyscolus, Apollonius
(Second century AD) He was a Greek grammarian of the Alexandrian school who many consider to be the greatest of the classical grammarians. Four of his works survive: On Syntax, On Pronouns, On Conjunctions, and On Adverbs
These documents demonstrate his use of Dionysius Thrax's eight parts of speech to deal with syntactic issues, such as word order and agreement.

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