APA Citation

Granger, T., & Lily, W. (1616). Syntagma grammaticum, or an easie, and methodicall explanation of Lillies grammar: Whereby the misterie of this art is more plainely set forth, both for the better helpe of all schoolemaisters, in the true order of teaching, and the schollers farre more easie attainement of the Latine tongue. By Thomas Granger maister of Arts. Pet. Coll. Cant. Scientiarum ianitrix grammatica. London: Printed by Thomas Dawson.

Chicago Style Citation

Granger, Thomas, and William Lily. Syntagma Grammaticum, or an Easie, and Methodicall Explanation of Lillies Grammar: Whereby the Misterie of This Art Is More Plainely Set Forth, Both for the Better Helpe of All Schoolemaisters, in the True Order of Teaching, and the Schollers Farre More Easie Attainement of the Latine Tongue. By Thomas Granger Maister of Arts. Pet. Coll. Cant. Scientiarum Ianitrix Grammatica. London: Printed by Thomas Dawson, 1616.

MLA Citation

Granger, Thomas, and William Lily. Syntagma Grammaticum, or an Easie, and Methodicall Explanation of Lillies Grammar: Whereby the Misterie of This Art Is More Plainely Set Forth, Both for the Better Helpe of All Schoolemaisters, in the True Order of Teaching, and the Schollers Farre More Easie Attainement of the Latine Tongue. By Thomas Granger Maister of Arts. Pet. Coll. Cant. Scientiarum Ianitrix Grammatica. London: Printed by Thomas Dawson, 1616.

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