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  • 21Dunash Ben Labrat — ▪ Hebrew poet Labrat also spelled  Librat,  also called  Al abrad, or Adonina Ha levi  born c. 920, , Fès, Mor.? died c. 990, , Córdoba?       Hebrew poet, grammarian, and polemicist who was the first to use Arabic metres in his verse, thus… …

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  • 22Bhatta, Padam —    Founder of a school of Sanskrit grammar in Bengal. He is credited with writing a treatise on grammar, Supad mavyakarana, in 1375, which became popular in parts of eastern India …

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  • 23Robert Ainsworth (lexicographer) — Robert Ainsworth (September 1660 mdash; 4 April 1743) was an English Latin lexicographer, and author of the well known compendious Dictionary of the Latin Tongue . He was born at Eccles, near Salford, Lancashire in September 1660. After he had… …

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  • 24Dacia (disambiguation) — Roman Dacia is (also known as Dacia Felix and Dacia Traiana), an ancient Roman province in modern Romania, after year 106 until 275 (106÷275). Dacia is an ancient geographic demarcation of central Europe, Kingdom of Dacians (in modern Romania),… …

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  • 25Joseph Caspi — Joseph ben Abba Mari ben Joseph ben Jacob Caspi (1279 Largentière mdash;1340, Tarascon), was a Provençal exegete, grammarian, and philosopher, apparently influenced by Averroës. He was born at Largentière, whence his Hebrew surname Caspi (= made… …

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  • 26Ennodius, Magnus Felix — ▪ Italian bishop and writer born 473/4, Arelate, Gaul died 521, Ticinum, Pavia       Latin poet, prose writer, rhetorician, and bishop, some of whose prose works are valuable sources for historians of his period.       A member of the important… …

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  • 27Martin of Dacia — (Martinus Dacus, Martinus de Dacia, Martin de Dacie, Morten Mogensen, 1220 1304) was a Danish scholar, master of arts and theology at the University of Paris around 1250–88, and the author of Modi significandi, an influential treatise on grammar …

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  • 28Michael Synkellos —    Writer (died 846) of hagiography, hymns (qq.v.), homilies, and a treatise on grammar. He was synkellos (q.v.) of the patriarch of Jerusalem (qq.v.) and while in Constantinople (q.v.) he was imprisoned by Leo V (q.v.) for being an Iconodule… …

    Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • 29elementary school — Grammar Gram mar, n. [OE. gramere, OF. gramaire, F. grammaire Prob. fr. L. gramatica Gr ?, fem. of ? skilled in grammar, fr. ? letter. See {Gramme}, {Graphic}, and cf. {Grammatical}, {Gramarye}.] 1. The science which treats of the principles of… …

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  • 30primary school — Grammar Gram mar, n. [OE. gramere, OF. gramaire, F. grammaire Prob. fr. L. gramatica Gr ?, fem. of ? skilled in grammar, fr. ? letter. See {Gramme}, {Graphic}, and cf. {Grammatical}, {Gramarye}.] 1. The science which treats of the principles of… …

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  • 31education — /ej oo kay sheuhn/, n. 1. the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life. 2. the act or process of… …

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  • 32MASORAH — This article is arranged according to the following outline: 1. THE TRANSMISSION OF THE BIBLE 1.1. THE SOFERIM 1.2. WRITTEN TRANSMISSION 1.2.1. Methods of Writing 1.2.1.1. THE ORDER OF THE BOOKS 1.2.1.2. SEDARIM AND PARASHIYYOT …

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  • 33LINGUISTIC LITERATURE, HEBREW — This article is arranged according to the following outline: introduction foreword the beginning of linguistic literature linguistic literature and its background the development of linguistic literature Foreword: A Well Defined Unit the four… …

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  • 34Old Norse — dǫnsk tunga, dansk tunga ( Danish tongue ), norrœnt mál ( Norse language ) Spoken in Nordic countries, Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales, Isle of Man, Normandy, Vinland, the Volga and places in between …

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  • 35JUDEO-ARABIC LITERATURE — JUDEO ARABIC LITERATURE, written in Arabic by Jews for Jews. It is written in an idiom which is linguistically closer to the spoken form of Arabic than is the idiom used in Muslim literature. It may plausibly be assumed that, prior to the rise of …

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  • 36Indian mathematics — mdash;which here is the mathematics that emerged in South Asia from ancient times until the end of the 18th century mdash;had its beginnings in the Bronze Age Indus Valley civilization (2600 1900 BCE) and the Iron Age Vedic culture (1500 500 BCE) …

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  • 37Rhetoric — This article is about the art of rhetoric in general. For the work by Aristotle, see Rhetoric (Aristotle). Painting depicting a lecture in a knight academy, painted by Pieter Isaacsz or Reinhold Timm for Rosenborg Castle as part of a series of… …

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  • 38Hermeneutics — • Derived from a Greek word connected with the name of the god Hermes, the reputed messenger and interpreter of the gods Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Hermeneutics     Hermeneutics …

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  • 39LITERATURE, JEWISH — Literature on Jewish themes and in languages regarded as Jewish has been written continuously for the past 3,000 years. What the term Jewish literature encompasses, however, demands definition, since Jews have lived in so many countries and have… …

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  • 40Christianity — /kris chee an i tee/, n., pl. Christianities. 1. the Christian religion, including the Catholic, Protestant, and Eastern Orthodox churches. 2. Christian beliefs or practices; Christian quality or character: Christianity mixed with pagan elements; …

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