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Books about Priscianus:
Priscianus embryo et Nascens, being a key to the grammar-school, in two parts I. The embryo, presenting a distinct... by Anthony Huish (Jan 2, 2011)
Priscianus ephebus, or A more full and copious explanation of the rules of syntax heretofore delivered and printed... by Anthony Huish (Jan 2, 2011)
Priscianus Embryo Et Nascens, Being a Key to the Grammar-School, in Two Parts I. the Embryo, Presenting a Distinct... by By (author) Anthony Huish (2011)
Sopra La Vita, Le Opere, Ed Il Sapere Di Guido D'arezzo. Si È Aggiunta Una Novella Edizione De'versi Latini Sopra... by Luigi Angeloni (Mar 16, 2010)
Sopra La Vita, Le Opere, Ed Il Sapere Di Guido D'arezzo. Si È Aggiunta Una Novella Edizione De'versi Latini Sopra... by Luigi Angeloni (Aug 31, 2012)
De Auctoritate Et Origine Exemplorum Orationis Solutae Graecorum Quae Priscianus Contulit (Latin Edition) by Mueller Ernst (Sep 28, 2010)
The changing self : a study on the soul in later Neoplatonism : Iamblichus, Damascius and Priscianus by Carlos G. Steel (1978)
Wiki information Priscianus:
Priscianus Caesariensis, commonly known as Priscian, was a Latin grammarian. He wrote the Institutiones grammaticae on the subject. This work was the standard textbook for the study of Latin during the Middle Ages and provided the raw material for...
Theodorus Priscianus was a physician at Constantinople during the 4th century, and the author of the Latin work Rerum Medicarum Libri Quatuor.