Titus Gallus

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Titus Gallus is an early Vergilian commentator, fl. in the 5th or 6th century. He is known only from a mention in the Berne scholia, haec omnia de commentariis Romanorum congregavi, id est Titi Galli et Gaudentii et maxime Iunilii Flagrii Mediolanensis.

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