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Page 32: 4. How did universities develop? 5. What newly rediscovered writings excited medieval students? 6. How did these writings influence Thomas Aquinas?

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    During the Early Middle Ages, there were schools in many cities, some of which dated from the Roman Empire. Many of these schools were just collections of teachers and student.Nevertheless, some cities were so well known for their schools that people traveled great distances to them for the educations they could get.In time, it became necessary for the teachers to organize to deal with competition, and so they followed the model of the medieval guilds, which had apprenticeships, followed by a journeyman status, then master and perhaps grand master.Since these grades were regulated, they could be recognized. So the new schools could grant degrees, including the bachelor's, which was equivalent to journeyman, and the master's. The doctorate was a license to teach, and was not originally considered higher than a master's degree

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    this is the answer i have tried to summary short as possible.

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