Papal-Bull-Concerning-the-University-of-Cambridge

Apr 30th, 2015
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John XXII, Pope of Rome, at the request of King Edward II granted this bull to the University of Cambridge. It seems to be qute similar to the document that the Vatican has on display. The title of the page at the Vatican Secret Archives' website says: "JOHN XXII FOUNDS THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE".

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Papal Bull concerning the University of Cambridge(Inter Singula)John XXII, Pope of Rome, at the request of King Edward II granted this bull to theUniversity of Cambridge. It seems to be qute similar to the document that the Vatican hason display. The title of the page at the Vatican Secret Archives' website says: "JOHNXXII FOUNDS THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE". As it becomes quite clear fromthe document itself, John XXII did no such thing. The university already existed de factofor some time, and the term studium generale applied to the school in Cambridge wasinterchangeable with Univers

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