This is an edition of the sixteenth-century Latin grammar which became, by Henry VIII's acclamation, the first authorized text for the teaching of Latin in grammar schools in England. It deeply influenced the study of Latin and the understanding of grammar. This edition includes chapters on its origins, composition, and subsequent history.The first decades of printing in England coincided with the influence of humanism in English schools that caused changes in the curriculum. ... new material and practice had probably become available and replaced the handwritten manuals. 59 Within a decade of its foundation Magdalen College School, Oxford, had become one of the leading grammar schools in England and was to become the pioneeranbsp;...
|Title||:||Lily's Grammar of Latin in English: An Introduction of the Eyght Partes of Speche, and the Construction of the Same|
|Author||:||William Lily, Hedwig Gwosdek|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2013-06-27|