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Published by Catholic Summer School Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Thirteenth century,
  • Civilization, Medieval,
  • Universities and colleges -- History -- 13th century

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesCatholic Summer School Press series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCB355 W35 1929
The Physical Object
Pagination490p.
Number of Pages490
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14076161M

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"The Thirteenth, Greatest of Centuries" makes a good case for its title-claim -- as also remarked upon, in great detail, by the fine first review of it. I already was suspecting something special about Century XIII before encountering this book. I had slowly realized that certain of the most interesting and exceptional persons, places and ideas /5(13). The Thirteenth Greatest of Centuries. by. James J. Walsh, M.D., PH.D., LL.D. Acting Dean and Professor of the History of Medicine and of Nervous Diseases, Fordham University School of Medicine; Professor of Physiological Psychology at St. Francis Xavier's and Cathedral Colleges, New York. with illustrations. Catholic Summer School Press New. LibriVox recording of The Thirteenth: Greatest of Centuries by James Joseph Walsh. Read in English by Phil Chenevert It cannot but seem a paradox to say that the Thirteenth was the greatest of centuries. To most people the idea will appear at once so preposterous that they may not even care to consider it. Introduction, the thirteenth, greatest of centuries --Universities and preparatory schools --What and how they studied at the universities --The number of students and discipline --Post-graduate work at the universities --The book of the arts and popular education --Arts and crafts, great technical schools --Great origins in painting.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Walsh, James J. (James Joseph), Thirteenth, greatest of centuries. New York: Catholic.   The Paperback of the The Thirteenth Greatest of Centuries by M.D. PH.D. LL.D. James J. Walsh at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Get FREE SHIPPING on Orders of $35+ Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpBrand: CreateSpace Publishing. It cannot but seem a paradox to say that the Thirteenth was the greatest of centuries. To most people the idea will appear at once so preposterous that they may not even care to consider it. A certain number, of course, will have their curiosity piqued by the thought that anyone should evolve so curious a notion.   The Thirteenth: Greatest of Centuries James J. Walsh. History/Biographies Book Overview: All the great issues, forces, and institutions of the thirteenth century are reviewed at generous length-the rise and character, the curricula, and the influences of the early universities; the steps taken towards popular education, both literary and /5(25).