A. Gratius Avitus is a Latin philologist born in Zaragoza (Spain) in 1968. In London, his city of residence since 1992, he founded the Circulus Latinus Londiniensis. He also promoted a Societas Circulorum Latinorum.

He is widely known for his teaching of living Latin at the Schola Latina Universalis and the Academia Thules.

He also promoted the living use of the Latin language at the 2005 Summer School[1] of the Association for Latin Teaching and lectured in Latin about Latin teaching through the Internet at the 11th International Conference[2] of the Academia Latinitati Fovendæ.


  • "Thornton Wilder, Nascuntur poetæ...", Navigare necesse est, Quattuordecim viatoriæ narrationes veste Latina indutæ, Miscellanea Gaio Licoppe dicata edidit Francisca Licoppe, Brussels, Musée de la Maison d'Erasme, 2006.
  • "De vivá institutione Latiná per rete", Melissa 142 (2008) 2-4.

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