The art of reading
Original Language: Latin
The Ars lectoria is a long treatise about rules for spelling, pronunciation and accentuation of Latin, similar to the identically titled book by Seguinus (q.v.).
In Book III (Reijnders, ‘Aimericus, Ars lectoria (3)’, p. 141), in relation to the term cronica, Aimericus sets out a series of chronological calculations. Among them, he says that between the birth of Christ …