Grammaticus is the Latin word for grammarian. As a name, it may refer to:

  • Ammonius Grammaticus (4th century), ancient Greek grammarian
  • Diomedes Grammaticus (4th century), Latin grammarian
  • Musaeus Grammaticus (6th century), Greek poet
  • Saxo Grammaticus (circa 1150-1220), Danish medieval historian
  • Virgilius Maro Grammaticus (7th century), early medieval Latin writer

Other articles related to "grammaticus":

Gesta Danorum - Books - Printing - English Translations
... Nine Books of the Danish History of Saxo Grammaticus Peter Fisher and Hilda Ellis Davidson, published 1979-1980, title Saxo Grammaticus The History of the Danes, Books I-IX Eric ... Hansen, published 1983, title Saxo Grammaticus and the life of Hamlet ...
Education In Ancient Rome - Tiers of Roman Schooling - Grammaticus
... from affluent families would leave their litterator behind and take up study with a grammaticus, who honed his students' writing and speaking skills, versed them in the art of poetic analysis and ... Daily activities included lectures by the grammaticus (enarratio), expressive reading of poetry (lectio) and the analysis of poetry (partitio) ... and on-the-fly according to standards set by his particular grammaticus, as no source on Roman education ever mentions work taken away to be graded ...
Early Finnish Wars - Conflicts With Swedes - Saga Sources
... In 1216, the Danish historian Saxo Grammaticus writes in Gesta Danorum about kings who ruled over Finland and Kvenland and about the Scandinavian royal families which based on several medieval sources ... Grammaticus' writings share a likeness and many characters and stories with the writings of Snorri Sturluson ... Based on Grammaticus, many heroic Scandinavian figures have Finnic roots ...
Aurvandil - Mythological Figure - Saxo Grammaticus
... of a Jutish chieftain in Chronicon Lethrense and in Saxo Grammaticus' Gesta Danorum (book 3) ... Saxo Grammaticus states that Horvendill and Feng were the sons of Jutland's ruler Gervendill, and succeeded him as the rulers of Jutland ...