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This quantity deals a brand new synthesis of Franciscan schooling, exhibiting the dynamic improvement of the Franciscan university community. additionally mentioned is the connection among the medieval universities and the learn programmes provided to Franciscan scholars.
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This was of course natural for convents with official ties with a faculty. 139 Indeed, from the thirteenth century onwards PIANA, 1968, 114, 116; PIANA, 1970, 34* & 393-396. Cf. also PARDI, 1901, passim. 136 STÖCKERL, 1926, 316f; MEIER, 1930, 472. In Louvain a theology faculty was present in 1432 and the Franciscan studium (which formed part of the Cologne province) was aligned with it in 1447, together with other mendicant studia. Apparently, Franciscan friars repeatedly matriculated in the theology faculty before the Franciscan studium was officially attached to it.
MEMORIALI, 40; 326-328; 331-333. 118 KURTSCHEID, 1930, 366; BRLEK, 1942, 42-43. Brlek comes with the following list of real studia generalia: Bologna, Toulouse, Cologne, the curia studium, Rome, Milan, Padua, Florence, Lisbon, Roskilde, Barletta, Siena, Erfurt, Greifswald, Heidelberg, Prague, Valencia. At first, these study houses did not confer degrees. From the fourteenth century onwards, several of them would be inserted in faculties of theology, making it possible to offer degree courses.
By the fifteenth century, this Franciscan order studium had evolved into a studium generale. Its regent master usually was called the lector-regens curiae romanae. However, sometimes sources do not differentiate between these teachers and those working for the papal curia studium, calling them both lectores sacri palatii. Cf. CREYTENS, 1942, 5-83. 107 The non degree status of these schools derived not so much from their inferior curriculum, but was due to the absence of a public chair of theology attached to a university.