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Donatus

(Aelius Donatus) (ē`lēəs dōnät`əs), fl. 4th cent. A.D., Roman grammarian; teacher of St. JeromeJerome, Saint
, c.347–420?, Christian scholar, Father of the Church, Doctor of the Church. He was born in Stridon on the border of Dalmatia and Pannonia of Christian parents (although he was not baptized until 366); his Roman name was Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus.
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. His only well-known work, the Ars grammatica [elements of grammar], was throughout the Middle Ages the standard elementary Latin grammar.

Donatus

1. Auelius . 4th century ad, Latin grammarian, who taught Saint Jerome; his textbook Ars Grammatica was used throughout the Middle Ages
2. 4th century ad, bishop of Carthage; leader of the Donatists, a heretical Christian sect originating in N Africa in 311 ad
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As noted, Donatus and Isidore saw antiphrasis and irony as closely related subspecies of allegory (fn.
Aelius Donatus, according to Servius, interpreted the death as being that of Euryalus and Nisus.
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Como uma ponte sobre o fosso que geralmente impede um envolvimento maior de estudantes tipicos de Letras e Linguistica com a sintaxe formal e seu tratamento no computador, desenvolvemos o Donatus, que apresentamos neste artigo.
Diomedes' Ars grammatica gave Vossius his division of poetry into three types according to the role of the author and his characters, while the work called Excerpta de comoedia or De fabula, by either Donatus or Euanthius, offered a framework for the discussion of comedy that was missing in Aristotle.
The Willoughby Early Printed Books" which ends the catalogue is a list of the books dispersed in 1925, largely Latin and of continental provenance, but with some de Worde grammars (sold to the University of Illinois), a Donatus from York (1532), a Golden Legend printed by Julian Notary in 1503 (cost 19[pounds sterling], recipient McLeish), and various items which might be seen as predictable in an intelligent Englishman's library in the sixteenth century: Erasmus' Apophthegmes, Thomas Elyot's Castel of Helth, Hall's Chronicle, Lydgate's Fall of Princes, Foxe's Book of Martyrs, Castiglione's The Courtyer, and so on.
Iulius Donatus a commande une uexillatio dite Golensis et peut-etre un autre detachement appele numerus collatus au temps de l'empereur Philippe l'Arabe.
Breen asking where have all the people gone in the accounts of "popular political mobilization," Jorg Nagler reinserting slavery into the military history of the American Revolution, Wolfgang Kruse exploring the shifting meanings of the levee en masse, Donatus Dusterhaus examining the role of religion in Alsace's revolutionary experience, Karen Hagemann ascribing a new meaning to masculinity, Marion Breuning comparing Washington and Baltimore during the War of 1812, Katherine Aaslestad comparing the devastating effect of Napoleonic warfare on neutrality and economics in north European states and Mary Favret employing literary sources to reconstruct everyday attitudes in Britain to illustrate the preoccupation with war-related issues.