John the Grammarian
- See John VII Grammatikos.
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John the Grammarian — can refer to:*John Philoponus, an early Byzantine philosopher *Ecumenical Patriarch John VII of Constantinople, Patriarch of Constantinople from January 21, 837 to March 4, 843 … Wikipedia
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John of Genoa — [Also rendered as Johannes Januensis de Balbis, Johannes Balbus, John Balbi, or Giovanni Balbi.] (died c. 1298) was an Italian grammarian and Dominican priest.At an advanced age, John gave away his wealth to the poor of Genoa and entered the… … Wikipedia