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- henricus grammateus (also known as henricus scriptor, heinrich schreyber or heinrich schreiber) (1495 - 1525 or 1526) was a german
- royal secretary (basilikos grammateus, secretarius regius) is a position at the court of a monarch generally responsible for communicating
- megaleas was the royal secretary (basilikos grammateus) to antigonus iii of macedon , who appointed him, by his will, to the same office
- from 1517 to 1521, rudolff was a student of henricus grammateus (schreyber from erfurt) at the university of vienna and was the author of
- loan with her vineyard as security, and asks maximus to act as her guardian in the absence of the basilikos grammateus (royal secretary).
- henricus grammateus publishes ayn neu kunstlich buech in vienna , containing the earliest printed use of plus and minus signs for
- struggles and incorporation: 1912–1913: 'grammateus' recording secretary , ' 'anti-grammateus' ****istant secretary , ' '****ious grammateus'
- 171 , 2nd (146-7 , cambridge university library , the recto side is a census return, addressed to the strategus and basilikos grammateus .
- a book published by henricus grammateus in 1518 makes another early use of + and − for addition and subtraction. robert recorde , the
- henricus grammateus publishes ayn neu kunstlich buech in vienna , containing the earliest printed use of plus and minus signs for