Diomedes probably wrote his comprehensive treatise in the late fourth century; it contains numerous examples of dactylic hexameters and is considered the most extensive grammatical treatise to survive from that time. The woodcut on the title-page depicts Diomedes presenting his treatise to Athanasius, the dedicatee.
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