They argued a little about Sophocles, then in low water Durham said it was a pose in "us undergraduates" to ignore him and advised Fethersonhaugh to re-read the Ajax with his eye on the characters rather than the author; he would learn more that way, both about Greek grammar and life. — E.M. Forster 'Maurice'
A new critical edition of Sebald Heyden Fōrmulae Colloquiōrum Puerīlium (1527) and the Ancient Greek translation of Martin Ruland the Elder (1556) by Fergus Walsh, digitised as part of the Greek Learner Texts Project.
See the Readme on the GitHub repository for witnesses to the text and sigla.
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The source is available at https://github.com/greek-learner-texts/heyden-formulae.