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Rait Release Date: April 2, 2007 [EBook #20958] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK LIFE IN THE MEDIEVAL UNIVERSITY *** Produced by Thierry Alberto, Henry Craig, Christine P. Travers and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at [Transcriber’s note: Obvious printer’s errors have been corrected, all other inconsistencies are as in the original. Author’s spelling has been maintained.] The Cambridge Manuals of Science and Literature LIFE IN THE MEDIEVAL UNIVERSITY CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS London: FETTER LANE, E.C.
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RAIT, M.A. FELLOW AND TUTOR OF NEW COLLEGE, OXFORD Cambridge: at the University Press 1918 _First Edition, 1912_ _Reprinted 1918_ _With the exception of the coat of arms at the foot, the design on the title page is a reproduction of one used by the earliest known Cambridge printer, John Siberch, 1521._ NOTE ON THE FRONTISPIECE In this picture the schoolboy is seen arriving with his satchel and being presented with a hornbook by Nicostrata, the Latin muse Carmentis, who changed the Greek alphabet into the Latin.
She admits him by the key of _congruita...

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