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Medieval Education and Universities


WIERUSZOWSKI, H. “King Arthur’s Round Table: An Academic Club in Thirteenth-Century Tuscany.” TR 2 (1944): 502–6.

FLYNN, V. J. “The Intellectual Life of Fifteenth-Century Rhodes.” TR 2 (1944): 239–56.

GABRIEL, A. L. “The Practice of Charity at the University of Paris during the Middle Ages: Ave Maria College (with 3 plates).” TR 5 (1947): 335–39.

DELHAYE, P. “L’organisation scolaire au XIIe siècle.” TR 5 (1947): 211–68.

WIERUSZOWSKI, H. “Arezzo as a Center of Learning and Letters in the Thirteenth Century.” TR 9 (1953): 321–92.

POST, G., K. GIOCARNINIS and R. KAY. “The Medieval Heritage of a Humanistic Ideal: ‘Scientia donum Dei est, unde vendi non potest.’” TR 11 (1955): 195–234.

PEGUES, F. “The Fourteenth-Century College of Aubert de Guignicourt at Soissons.” TR 15 (1959): 428–42.

WILLIAMS, J. R. “The Cathedral School of Reims in the Time of Master Alberic, 1118–1136.” TR 20 (1964): 93–114.

JONES, W. R. “Franciscan Education and Monastic Libraries: Some Documents.” TR 30 (1974): 435–44.

BABCOCK, R. G. “Heriger and the Study of Philosophy at Lobbes in the Tenth Century.” TR 40 (1984): 307–17.

LORENZ, S. “Studium generale Erfordense: Neue Forschungen zum Erfurter Schulleben.” TR 46 (1991): 261–90.

ORME, N. “An English Grammar School ca. 1450: Latin Exercises from Exeter (Caius College MS 417/447. fp;ops 16v–24v).” TR 50 (1995): 261–94.

DE MOWBRAY, M. “1277 and All That — Students and Disputations.” TR 57 (2002): 217–38.

PONESSE, M. "Standing Distant from the Fathers: Smaragdus of Saint-Mihiel and the Reception of Early Medieval Learning." TR 67 (2012): 71–100.


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