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Science and education 1300 up to 1350

Rostock's reformer Slüter taught parish at St. Petri

Parish schools were established in 13 towns in Mecklenburg for educating the sons of landed gentry and upper class families in towns and cities. Latin, reading, writing and arithmetic were taught.

School education (Codex Paladinus, Heidelberg)

Three types of school are introduced, connected to the churches: the scriptoria that teach students to read and write in German, as well as arithmetic; the trivial schools for grammar, rhetoric and dialectics; and the convent schools for arithmetic, geometry, astronomy and music.

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