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Grammar
Statue of Aelius Donatus (c. 350), author of Ars grammatica, from Chartres Cathedral. Gutenberg printed the Ars minor in 1451-1452.
"Grammar is the science which teaches us to explain the poets and historians; it is the art which qualifies us to write and speak correctly."
Freemasons are advised to make the liberal arts and sciences their study. The following links are only a small introduction to information which falls under the classic rubric of Grammar. For the most part, they are not masonic sites and the reader is advised that, unless otherwise noted, they do not represent the opinions or positions of this or any Grand Lodge.
Grammar reference pages
Grammar and style guide
Grammar stylebooks
Biography.com
Bible Search.
Bodleian Library Catalogue
The Book of Kells
Brann the Iconoclast
Chronology of Scholarly Societies
The Decameron Web Harper’s Index
Mediaeval Studies
Plato’s Republic
Power Reporting
Project Gutenberg Etexts
Notes on Liturgical Printing

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