Anuario de Estudios Medievales, Vol 40, No 1 (2010)

Dónde aprender a leer y escribir en el año mil


https://doi.org/10.3989/aem.2010.v40.i1.294

Ana Belén Sánchez Prieto
Universidad Complutense de Madrid - Universidad de Utrecht, España

Resumen


El hueco creado por la desaparición de las escuelas municipales tras la caída del Imperio Romano fue cubierto por las distintas instancias eclesiásticas, surgiendo de este modo escuelas parroquiales, episcopales y monacales, que además de garantizar la formación básica de los clérigos admitieron en muchas ocasiones a niños laicos no destinados a formar parte de las filas del clero.

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Historia de la educación; Alta Edad Media; Alfabetismo

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