University of Bordeaux

University of Bordeaux
University of Bordeaux
    University of Bordeaux
     Catholic_Encyclopedia University of Bordeaux
    The University of Bordeaux was founded during the English domination, under King Henry VI, in 1441, by a Bull of Pope Eugenius IV, at the demand of the archbishop's officials, Pierre Berland being at the time archbishop, and of the Aquitanian councillors. It did not, however, receive official recognition from the king until the reign of Louis XI. According to the terms of the Bull, it was to be organized on the model of the studium of the University of Toulouse. The Archbishop of Bordeaux was the chancellor for life. It included all the different faculties; theology, canon law, civil law, arts, etc. On account of the constant lack of endowment, the University of Bordeaux, from the time of its foundation until the French Revolution, never had any remarkable standing. After the Revolution, when the universities were reorganized in France by the Government, Bordeaux was one of the cities chosen to be the seat of a university. During the nineteenth century it had a brilliant career, especially in the field of medicine, among its professors being such men as Azam, Pitres, and others who were famous on account of their pathological researches.
    BARCKHAUSEN, Status et reglements de l'ancienne université de Bordeaux (Libourne and Bordeaux, 1886); GAULLIEUR, Histore du collège de Guyenne (Paris, 1874); DENIFLE, Universit. Des Mittelaltres (1885); FOURNIER, Les statuts et privilèges des universités françaises depuis leur fondation jusqu'en 1789 (Paris, 1890-92); Histoire de la science du droit en france (Paris, 1892); RASHDALL, Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages (Oxford, 1895), II, pt. I.
    Transcribed by Ted Rego

The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VIII. — New York: Robert Appleton Company. . 1910.

Catholic encyclopedia.

Игры ⚽ Поможем написать реферат

Look at other dictionaries:

  • University of Bordeaux — can refer to one or all of the four universities in Bordeaux, each of which covers a different field of study:* University of Bordeaux 1 natural sciencecite web |url=http://www.u |title=University of Bordeaux 1 Homepage |author=… …   Wikipedia

  • University of Bordeaux 1 — Infobox University name = University of Bordeaux 1 Science and Technology native name = Université Bordeaux 1 Sciences Technologies latin name = motto = established = type = Public endowment = staff = faculty = president = provost = principal =… …   Wikipedia

  • Bordeaux I, II, and III, Universities of — ▪ university, Bordeaux, France French  Universités de Bordeaux I, II, et III        coeducational, autonomous, state financed institutions of higher learning at Bordeaux, France. The three universities were established in 1970 under the 1968… …   Universalium

  • University of Copenhagen — Københavns Universitet Latin: Universitas Hafniensis Motto Coelestem adspicit lucem ( …   Wikipedia

  • University of Oulu — Oulun yliopisto Latin: Universitas Ouluensis Established 1958 …   Wikipedia

  • University of Lisbon — Universidade de Lisboa Latin: Universitas Olisiponensis Motto ad lucem To the Light …   Wikipedia

  • University of Porto — Universidade do Porto Motto Virtus Unita Fortius Agit Established 1911 Type …   Wikipedia

  • University of Zaragoza — Universidad de Zaragoza Established Known as the School of Zaragoza in 7th century, the Official Website clai …   Wikipedia

  • University of Minho — Universidade do Minho Established 1973 Type Public University …   Wikipedia

  • University of Oviedo — Universidad de Oviedo Seal of the University of Oviedo Latin: Universitas Ovetensis Motto Sigillum Regiae Universitatis Ovetensis …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”