Artificial versifying [microform] : a new way to make Latin verses. Whereby any one of ordinary capacity, that only knows the A.B.C. and can count 9 (though he understands not one word of Latin, or what a verse means) may be plainly taught (and in as little a time as this is reading over) how to make hundreds of hexameter verses, which shall be true Latine, true verse, and good sense. The third edition. Wherein the old structure of hexameter is quite taken down, and in its place a more compact one raised; to which is adjoyned a new model of pentameters. Never before publish'd. By the same hand of John Peter geō-ourano metrēs.
- London : printed by T.J. for Samuel Tidmarsh at the Kings-Head at Sweetings-Alley end, next house to the Royal Exchange in Corn-hill, 1679.
- Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 2150:13.
, 10, , 11-18 p. : tables
- Latin language -- Metrics and rhythmics -- Early works to 1800.
- The words "geō-ourano metrēs" are in Greek characters on title page.
Text and register are complete.
Advertisement at foot of p. 18.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1992. 1 microfilm reel 35mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700; 2150:13)). s1992 miun a
- Cited in:
- Wing (2nd ed., 1994) P1687
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