SB 12.7.3

babhruḥ śiṣyo ’thāṅgirasaḥ
 saindhavāyana eva ca
adhīyetāṁ saṁhite dve
 sāvarṇādyās tathāpare
Synonyms: 
babhruḥ — Babhru; śiṣyaḥ — the disciple; atha — then; aṅgirasaḥ — of Śunaka (also known as Aṅgirā); saindhavāyanaḥ — Saindhavāyana; eva — indeed; ca — also; adhīyetām — they learned; saṁhite — collections; dve — two; sāvarṇa — Sāvarṇa; ādyāḥ — headed by; tathā — similarly; apare — other disciples.
Translation: 
Babhru and Saindhavāyana, disciples of Śunaka, studied the two divisions of their spiritual master’s compilation of the Atharva Veda. Saindhavāyana’s disciple Sāvarṇa and disciples of other great sages also studied this edition of the Atharva Veda.