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Grammaticus is the Latin word for grammarian; see Grammarian (Greco-Roman world).
As an agnomen, it may refer to:
- Ammonius Grammaticus (4th century), Greek grammarian
- Diomedes Grammaticus (4th century), Latin grammarian
- Musaeus Grammaticus (6th century), Greek poet
- Virgilius Maro Grammaticus (7th century), early medieval Latin writer
- John VII Grammaticus (9th century), Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
- Alfricus Grammaticus (10th century), Anglo-Saxon abbot and author
- Saxo Grammaticus (circa 1150-1220), Danish medieval historian
As a pseudonym:
- Edward Blaiklock, (1903-1983), British born New Zealand author, wrote as "Grammaticus"
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