An ablative for the Greeks? Frischlin vs. Crusius on grammar (II)

In the new "Ad fontes" feature of Adendros, I want to offer English translations of short source texts or text excerpts from the history of (Greek) language studies which struck me as particularly interesting, enlightening, or enticing. Today: part two of a grammar dispute between Philipp Nicodemus Frischlin and Martin Crusius, two sixteenth-century humanists who …

500 years of Greek grammar in the Low Countries: An homage to Adrien Amerot’s Compendium (1520)

In the new "Ad fontes" feature of Adendros, I want to offer English (work) translations of short source texts or text excerpts from the history of (Greek) language studies which struck me as particularly interesting, enlightening, or enticing. Today: the preface to the first full-fledged grammar manual of Ancient Greek to be written in the …

An ablative for the Greeks? Frischlin vs. Crusius on grammar (I)

In the new "Ad fontes" feature of Adendros, I want to offer English translations of short source texts or text excerpts from the history of (Greek) language studies which struck me as particularly interesting, enlightening, or enticing. Today: part one of a grammar dispute between Philipp Nicodemus Frischlin and Martin Crusius, two sixteenth-century humanists who …