APA Citation

Rogers, T. (1585). Of the imitation of Christ, three, both for wisedome, and godlines, most excellent bookes, made 170. yeeres since by one Thomas of Kempis, amd [sic] for the worthines thereof oft since translated out of Latine into sundrie languages by diuers godlie and learned men. Now newlie corrected, translated, and with most ample textes, and sentences of holie Scripture illustrated by Thomas Rogers. At London: Printed in the now dwelling house of Henrie Denham in Aldersgate streete at the signe of the Starre.

Chicago Style Citation

Rogers, Thomas. Of the Imitation of Christ, Three, Both for Wisedome, and Godlines, Most Excellent Bookes, Made 170. Yeeres Since By One Thomas of Kempis, Amd [sic] for the Worthines Thereof Oft Since Translated Out of Latine Into Sundrie Languages By Diuers Godlie and Learned Men. Now Newlie Corrected, Translated, and With Most Ample Textes, and Sentences of Holie Scripture Illustrated By Thomas Rogers. At London: Printed in the now dwelling house of Henrie Denham in Aldersgate streete at the signe of the Starre, 1585.

MLA Citation

Rogers, Thomas. Of the Imitation of Christ, Three, Both for Wisedome, and Godlines, Most Excellent Bookes, Made 170. Yeeres Since By One Thomas of Kempis, Amd [sic] for the Worthines Thereof Oft Since Translated Out of Latine Into Sundrie Languages By Diuers Godlie and Learned Men. Now Newlie Corrected, Translated, and With Most Ample Textes, and Sentences of Holie Scripture Illustrated By Thomas Rogers. At London: Printed in the now dwelling house of Henrie Denham in Aldersgate streete at the signe of the Starre, 1585.

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