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A century later, the word 'pedagogica' had changed its meaning, and in the
sixteenth century it no longer denoted a school in which lessons were provided,
but a hall of residence which gave no instruction but sent its pupils for lessons in
It was not always the private pedagogica that introduced the 'complete course' of
tuition to the college. The statutes of certain fourteenth- century colleges suggest
that they provided tuition from the start.14 Thus the statutes of Navarre College ...
... of the college.20 The lodging-house keeper thus became the mastei of a
private boarding-school, of a pedagogica as it was called in the early
seventeenth century, who sent his pupils to the classes and religious services of
the college, and ...
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