Biography of Claude Lancelot (1615-1695)

French Grammarian, born around 1615 and died in 1695. It belonged to the solitary of Port-Royal, which were dispersed by order of Cardinal Richelieu, and schools that were then dissolved.

He was teacher of Racine, and had by colleagues to Nicoles, Arnauld and Sacy. His main works are: new method for learning the Greek language; New method for learning the Latin language; The garden of the Greek roots; Grammar general and reasoned; New method to learn easily and in a short time the language Spanish; New method to learn easily and in a short time the Italian language; New method to learn perfectly plainsong in a short time.