By William J. Courtenay
This learn of the social, geographical, and disciplinary composition of the college of Paris within the early fourteenth century--the such a lot specific of its type ever attempted--is in line with the reconstruction of a awesome rfile: the monetary checklist of tax levied on college participants within the educational 12 months 1329-1330. After an intensive exam of this record, the publication explores residential styles, the connection of scholars, masters, and tutors, social type and degrees of wealth, interplay with the royal court docket, and the geographical historical past of college students.
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Magister Germanus [Celati] procurator magistri G[uillelmi] de Narbonna canonici Parisiensis et penitentiarii acceptavit prebendam que vacavit per mortem defuncti magistri Thomae de Balliaco quondam cancellarii Parisiensis . . '' Bailly had been chancellor for twelve years (1316±28) and was a noted theologian; see Thomas de Bailly, Quodlibets, ed. P. Glorieux (Paris, 1960). Reg. ND, p. 59. For the details of the life and chancellorship of Jean de Blois, see W. J. Courtenay, ``Jean de Blois, Chancellor of Paris (1328±1329),'' in Roma, magistra mundi.
To make sense of that division as well as to understand the nature of the collection, those responsible for initiating it, the authority under which it was conducted, the composition of the committee that surveyed the university community and collected the payments, the timeframe for the collection, and what ®nally happened to the money, it is necessary to understand the procedures governing this event as they were developed in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. 1 The cost of instruction was paid for in private collectae between a master and his students.
245]), Sorbonne (``Domus Sarbone'' [p. 221]), probably TreÂguier (Everardus Brito cum 8 bursariis [p. 225]), TreÂsorier (``Domus tesaurarii de Rotomagio'' [p. 221]), Dace (``in domo magistri Johannis Dachus'') [p. 236] and Uppsala (``Domus de Suescia'' [p. 223]). The percentage of reporting may be higher than two-thirds, since some of the colleges for grammarians could be hidden under listings for large groups of grammarians, and not all colleges with founding dates before 1329 were necessarily active in 1329.
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