(500 CE) Priscianus Caesariensis (aka Priscian) was the Latin grammarian who wrote Institutiones grammaticae ("Grammatical Foundations"), the work that became the standard textbook for learning Latin during the Middle Ages.

1. The work is a systematic exposition of Latin grammar. It is divided into eighteen books, each dealing with a separate subject, such as word-formation, inflection, and syntax.

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