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|Title:||The Stage and Division of Roman Education: A Study of the Relationship between the Teaching of the Ludi Magister and the Grammaticus|
|Authors:||Booth, Alan D.|
|Advisor:||Faul, G. M.|
Clinard, J. B.
|Abstract:||<p>From a survey of evidence from the seventh century B.C. to the seventh century A.D. it is contended that Roman education was divided into technical training for the lower-classes in the <em>ludus litterarius</em>, and liberal teaching for the upper-classes which Was regarded as beginning with the <em>grammaticus</em>.</p>|
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