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By Bert Roest

ISBN-10: 9004117393

ISBN-13: 9789004117396

The historical past of schooling in the Franciscan order in the course of the medieval interval is gifted the following in a brand new mild. This finished quantity bargains a brand new synthesis of Franciscan schooling, displaying the dynamic improvement of the Franciscan college community, among the early 13th and the early 16th century.

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The 1340 Assisi general chapter, for instance, permitted the province of St. G. Little suggests that at least the neighbouring order provinces would have received the right to send students ‘de debito’ to Oxford. LITTLE, 1930, 267-268. ’ The latter would explain the presence of many non-English resident students at the Oxford studium in the course of the fifteenth century. See on such rights also the chapter regulations of Rome (1411) and Florence (1457). 82 In a letter from 1244 or 1250 the Oxford master Adam Marsh commends the student friars Hugo and Jordanus from the Upper Germany province to his superior William of Nottingham.

LITTLE, 1892, 66; COTTON, 1924, 34-36. Between 1499 and 1503, King’s College Cambridge paid a Franciscan doctor of theology for ‘internal’ lectures on Scotus. LEADER, 1988, 182. See for more information on such practices in England LITTLE, 1943, 65-66. The Franciscan master Giacomo de Tederischis was regent of the studium in the Bolognese Benedictine monastery of St. Stephen in 1380. PERGAMO, 1934, 22f. The tabulae studiorum of 1467 and 1488 further indicate the presence of fifteen Franciscan bachelors who taught the Sentences as part of their degree courses (either pro exercitio or pro cursu) in various non-Franciscan colleges and schools in Bologna, Ferrara, Florence, Padua, Turin, and Caen.

Between 1499 and 1503, King’s College Cambridge paid a Franciscan doctor of theology for ‘internal’ lectures on Scotus. LEADER, 1988, 182. See for more information on such practices in England LITTLE, 1943, 65-66. The Franciscan master Giacomo de Tederischis was regent of the studium in the Bolognese Benedictine monastery of St. Stephen in 1380. PERGAMO, 1934, 22f. The tabulae studiorum of 1467 and 1488 further indicate the presence of fifteen Franciscan bachelors who taught the Sentences as part of their degree courses (either pro exercitio or pro cursu) in various non-Franciscan colleges and schools in Bologna, Ferrara, Florence, Padua, Turin, and Caen.

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