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Alexandrian Grammarians

First Grammarian

Geoffrey the Grammarian (fl. c. 1430—1450) lexicographer and Dominican friar

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John the Grammarian (fl. c. 515)


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Grammar was, together with philosophy and law, a very important part of the legacy of ancient Greece and Rome to European culture.


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