Prague essays; presented by a group of British historians to the Caroline University of Prague on the occasion of its six-hundredth anniversary.
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Univerzita Karlova -- History.
145 p. 22 cm.
The postil of the students of Prague, by C. Waldhauser.--What the Caroline University has meant to the Czechs, by R.W. Seton-Watson.--Some characteristics of the fourteenth century, by G.R. Potter.--The three studia generalia, by Sir M. Powicke.--The University of Prague; the first sixty years, by R.R. Betts.--The great debate about universals in the universities of the fourteenth century, by R.R. Betts.--The Bohemians at the Council of Basel, by E.F. Jacob.--The heroic poetry of the Slavs, by C.M. Bowra.--Transcription and translation of the manuscript reproduced as frontispiece.
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