Le Collège de Montaigu fut l’un des collèges constituants de la Faculté des Arts de l’Université de Paris.

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  • Le Collège de Montaigu fut l’un des collèges constituants de la Faculté des Arts de l’Université de Paris.
  • 48° 50′ 49″ N, 2° 20′ 47″ EEl Col·legi de Montaigu va ser un des col·legis constituents de la Faculté des Arts de la Universitat de París.
  • O Collège Montaigu foi uma escola parisiense da Idade Média que ficou famosa por ser muito rígida, onde as camas eram duras, a comida era má, as crianças eram frequentemente sovadas. Teve como alunos Erasmo de Roterdão, aluno em 1495, (que deixou um relato que expõe este instituto no seu livro Colloquia Familiaria), João Calvino, Inácio de Loyola, Rabelais, Diogo de Gouveia.Foi dirigida por Jean Standonck e seguidamente por Noel Bédier (ou Béda). Mais tarde, o director seria Pierre Tempête, de quem Rabelais escreveria: "Uma tempestade (tempête) terrivel colocou Montaigu em turbulência".
  • The Collège de Montaigu was one of the constituent colleges of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Paris. The college, originally called Collège des Aicelins, was founded in 1314 by Gilles I Aycelin de Montaigu, Archbishop of Narbonne and Archbishop of Rouen. It changed its name after it had been restored in 1388 by his relative Pierre Aycelin de Montaigut, Bishop of Nevers and Laon.In 1483 Jan Standonck became Master of the College and made it prosper. Under the his leadership and that of his disciple Noël Béda, Montaigu was one of the leading theological colleges of Paris. Students at the college included Erasmus of Rotterdam, John Calvin, and Ignatius of Loyola (before moving to Collège de Sainte-Barbe). Other notable students were the influential Portuguese teacher and diplomat Diogo de Gouveia, philosopher John Mair (who went on to teach theology there) and the Scottish Reformer John Knox.
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  • Guillaume Desprez et Jean Desessartz
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  • Le Collège de Montaigu fut l’un des collèges constituants de la Faculté des Arts de l’Université de Paris.
  • 48° 50′ 49″ N, 2° 20′ 47″ EEl Col·legi de Montaigu va ser un des col·legis constituents de la Faculté des Arts de la Universitat de París.
  • O Collège Montaigu foi uma escola parisiense da Idade Média que ficou famosa por ser muito rígida, onde as camas eram duras, a comida era má, as crianças eram frequentemente sovadas. Teve como alunos Erasmo de Roterdão, aluno em 1495, (que deixou um relato que expõe este instituto no seu livro Colloquia Familiaria), João Calvino, Inácio de Loyola, Rabelais, Diogo de Gouveia.Foi dirigida por Jean Standonck e seguidamente por Noel Bédier (ou Béda).
  • The Collège de Montaigu was one of the constituent colleges of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Paris. The college, originally called Collège des Aicelins, was founded in 1314 by Gilles I Aycelin de Montaigu, Archbishop of Narbonne and Archbishop of Rouen. It changed its name after it had been restored in 1388 by his relative Pierre Aycelin de Montaigut, Bishop of Nevers and Laon.In 1483 Jan Standonck became Master of the College and made it prosper.
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  • Collège de Montaigu
  • Col·legi de Montaigu
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