The Ars Grammatica, written in the fourth century, was arguably one of the most influential books of medieval Europe. Why?

Answer: Written by the Roman grammarian Aelius Donatus (4th century), it contained his treaties on Latin grammar and was the sole textbook used in schools in the Middle Ages.

Source: The Oxford Dictionary of People and Places by Frank R. Abate

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