Donatus

Donatus, a Latin grammarian and rhetorician of the 4th century, the teacher of St. Jerome; the author of treatises in grammar known as Donats, and, along with the sacred Scriptures, the earliest examples of printing by means of letters cut on wooden blocks, and so appreciated as elementary treatises that they gave name to treatises of the kind on any subject; he wrote also scholia to the plays of Terence.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Donatists * Donau
Dominis, Marco Antonio de
Domitian
Domrémy
Don
Don Juan
Don Quixote
Donaldson, John William
Donatello
Donati
Donatists
Donatus
Donau
Doncaster
Dondra Head
Donegal
Donetz
Dongola, New
Donizetti
Donne, John
Donnybrook
Donon