I'd like to remind us of the German Professor Gustav Uhlig, who, in year 1881 wrote a short book entitled "Appendix artis Dionysii Thracis" for the use of GymnAsien (German Classical Schools); he so introduced in the study of Ancient Greek in the schools the ARS GRAMMATICA of Dionysius Thrax and the really ample comments to it by Byzantine school teachers.
These comments exemplify the grammatical rules with examples from Homer, from others poets and, sometimes, also from the Greek Bible.
I think that the idea of professor Uhlig was really good, these commentaries presents the best pedagogy of Greek I have found and they should be read by every one who wishes to learn this language.
They are available from editor Georg Olms Verlags, GRAMMATICI GRAECI, vol. I (Contains the Ars Grammatica of Dionysios and its Byzantine commentaries, there is no translation and introduction indexes, etc. are in really good Latin)