By Koen Goudriaan, Jaap Moolenbroek, Ad Tervoort
This quantity incorporates a sequence of articles - either reports and case stories - facing a number themes regarding the heritage of schooling and studying within the Netherlands in the course of a vital interval of transition. education observed huge, immense development, either by way of numbers of individuals partaking in it on a variety of degrees and of accelerating variety of associations offering schooling. within the related interval, studying and schooling penetrated deeply into society; they fulfilled a gradually turning out to be variety of features, improving the competence of officers and contributing to the buildup of highbrow and symbolic capital via either participants and teams. a 3rd significant improvement used to be the switch of discourse which used to be led to via the arrival of humanism in either Latin and vernacular tradition.
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12 The Anglo-German Nation paid a lot of attention to the management of its buildings at the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the ﬁfteenth centuries. During Jan’s period as proctor in 1402 ambitious building activities at the scolae septem artium were completed. In 1404, 1405 and 1407 too, Galecop was occupied with the care 8 Auctarium, ed. Deniﬂe and Chatelain, I, 699, 722. See Boyce, Nation, 90, 164–165; Tanaka, Nation, 173, 192–197, 265, 291. 9 Auctarium, ed. Deniﬂe and Chatelain, I, 722, 729, cf.
He became a canon of the Cathedral Chapter in Utrecht and in 1450 he was entrusted with the oﬃce of provost (archdeacon) of West Friesland in the presence of the most distinguished members of his family. 29 Incidentally, he also continued to act as a secular lord. 30 On the other hand, the university education of Philip’s elder brothers is highly remarkable. Jacob and Jan both made careers as secular aristocrats for which they were predestined from the very beginning. They can be considered to be very early examples of what was to become a new trend.
Nr. 734, f. 12r); in 1425 explicitly canon of the Cathedral Chapter (see hereafter). Galecop remained canon until his death: ASV, RL, inv. nr. 277, f. 33v–35r; RS, inv. nrs. 221, f. 51v52r and 229, f. 66r–v. 70 HUA, Domkapittel, inv. nr. 405, f. 60r. 71 De Hullu, Schisma, 26–51. 72 Van den Hoven van Genderen, Heren, 198 n. 221. This deanery also appears to exist at the moment of Galecop’s death (ASV, RS, inv. nr. 229, f. 36r; Cam. , Annatae nr. 3, f. 176r (cf. Baix, Chambre, 150 n. 4); RL, inv.