In 1520, Dirk Martens printed a textbook for the study of the Greek language, written by the classics scholar Adrianus Amerotius (1495–1560). He initially taught Greek in ‘The Lily’, a student residence at Leuven University, and later did the same at the Collegium Trilingue, where this textbook was used very frequently. It is full of handy points and tips to explain conjugations and make them easier to memorise.
Adrianus Amerotius, Compendium Graecae grammatices. Leuven, Dirk Martens, 1520. Den Haag, Koninklijke Bibliotheek: 229 E 12. NK 115.
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