Moschos (Greek Μόσχος, 2nd century BC) was an ancient Greek grammarian and bucolic poet.

Moschos came from the Sicilian city of Syracuse and was in Alexandria, the cultural center of the Hellenistic world, a student of the scholar Aristarchus. He wrote in addition to smaller bucolic poems, which have been preserved in part (see the poems 9,440 and 16,200 in the Anthologia Palatina ), the Epyllion "Europe". The "Europe" is a held in verse narrative about the violent abduction of the Phoenician princess Europa by the bull multiform god Zeus to Crete.