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Donatus

Donatus (Aelius Donatus)ēˈlēəs dōnätˈəs, fl. 353, Roman grammarian; teacher of St. Jerome. His only well-known work, the Ars grammatica [elements of grammar], was throughout the Middle Ages the standard elementary Latin grammar.

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