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The medieval school was confined to the tonsured, to the clerics and the religious
. From the end of the Middle Ages it extended its teaching to ever wider sections
of the population. However, up to the mid-eighteenth century, it remained a Latin
Nowadays we would say, 'little Latin'. We can therefore regard these schools not
as primary schools, since they were intended mainly for choirboys, but as the
beginnings of the Latin school or grammar school. However, the cathedral
The Latin school, restricted to clerics, did not monopolize all the forms of cultural
communication. There was a lay culture, a view of life, with its rules, its morality,
its refinements or 'courtesies', which was acquired by example and through the ...
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