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Magister Seguinus

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Seguinus was a member of a religious community in France, and in his youth he received a monastic education. He travelled to Lorraine, Germany and Spain. In addition to his Ars lectoria, he claims to have written a Liber de orthographia, and declares his intention of writing a Liber de metris. This chapter presents a short description of the book Ars lectoria, 'The art of reading' on Christian-Muslim Relations. This is a long treatise on the orthography and rules for pronunciation and accentuation of the Latin language, similar in many cases to the Ars lectoria of Aimericus.

Keywords: Ars lectoria; Christian-Muslim Relations; Magister Seguinus



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