Vavrinec Benedikt of Nedožery

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Vavrinec Benedikt z Nedožier (Czech: Vavřinec Benedikt z Nudožer (Nedožer, Nedožier, Nudožerinus), Hungarian: Benedicti M. Lőrinc; 1555, Nedožery (Hungarian: Nedozser, Nádasér-Berzseny), Kingdom of Hungary, now Slovakia – June 4, 1615, Prague, Bohemia, now Czech Republic) was a Slovak mathematician, teacher, poet, translator and philologist settled in Bohemia.

He studied in Jihlava and Prague. From 1604 he was active at the University of Prague. He was involved in the development of Czech humanism.

He was the author of the systematic Czech grammar.

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