Collegium Etonense

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Collegium Etonense (Angliae meridianae physica)
Collegium Etonense
Collegium Etonense
Situs in Anglia meridiana

Collegium Etonense[1] vel de Etona[2] est regale collegium et schola publica oecotrophei pueris destinata pro educatione secundaria, anno 1440 a rege Henrico VI condita, Etonae sita. Ibi sunt 1308 discipuli et 135 operatores.

Sententia est "Floreat Etona".

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Fons nominis communis: Introduction to the Literature of Europe
  2. Statutis conditoris "Collegium Regale beate Marie de Etona, vulgariter vero, The Kinges College of oure lady of Eton beside Windesore": King's College Cambridge: Statutes ... Ordinances 2007

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Tim Card, Eton Renewed: a history from 1860 to the present day. Londinii: John Murray, 1994
  • Tim Card, Eton established: a history from 1440 to 1860. Londinii: John Murray, 2001

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