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Arusiānus Messius

A Latin grammarian who flourished about A.D. 390, and made an alphabetical collection, for use in schools, of words that admit of various constructions, with examples from Terence, Cicero, Vergil, and The title of the collection was Exempla Elocutionum. The text is printed in Keil's Grammatici Latini, vii. 449. See Gräfenhan, Geschichte d. class. Philol. iv. 194-196.

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