By William J. Courtenay
This research of the social, geographical, and disciplinary composition of the collage of Paris within the early fourteenth century--the such a lot distinctive of its sort ever attempted--is according to the reconstruction of a extraordinary rfile: the monetary list of tax levied on collage contributors within the educational yr 1329-1330. After a radical exam of this rfile, the booklet explores residential styles, the connection of scholars, masters, and tutors, social category and degrees of wealth, interplay with the royal court docket, and the geographical history of collage students.
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On resigning the chancellorship: CUP II, #896, p. 331; on agreeing to sell his canonical house: Reg. ND, p. c/iiii. lib. , de quibus Johannes de Blesis habet medietatem, et ca[pitulum] habet medietatem. Et capitulum concedit dilationem eidem usque ad in[. 31 The terminus ante quem for the university collection with which we are concerned thus corresponds to the date at which Bernardi ceased to be a resident of the ColleÁge de Narbonne, namely March 1330. The records of the cathedral chapter of Notre Dame also provide us with a later terminus post quem than October 1329.
59 when he received the chancellorship; p. 62 for the canonical house; p. 73 as a witness on 5 October 1328; pp. 74 and 87 for the meetings of the chapter). Arrangements for Jean's relinquishing the chancellorship were also handled through his proctor (CUP II, #896, p. 331). , p. 136. CUP II, #930, 930a, 931, pp. 370±376. Reg. ND, p. 129: ``Anno xxix die mercurii in vigilia thome apostoli, magister P. '' 17 The recovery and context of a document ®rst editors thought it to be. The ®rst quire moves in a consistent fashion from one section of the Latin Quarter to another, covering more than two-thirds of that region.
231). 33 This means that the collection took place sometime between 20 December 1329 and March 1330. The collection had nothing to do with ®nancing the submission of rotuli of supplication to the pope, as Deni¯e supposed. The winter of 1329±30 corresponds with a speci®c legal dispute with the bishop of Paris that forms the subject of Chapter Three, and which by early 1330 had reached the stage of litigation and consequent increased expenditures. The details of that case were summarized in the university's appeal to the prelates of France, which has to date before 25 March 1330 (the change of year according to the Gallican calendar) because the appeal bears the date 1329.