When did the first universities appear in England, France, Italy, the Roman-German Empire? Where were they? How were their curricula different?
The first Catholic university in Italy emerged in Salerno on the basis of a Muslim medical school at the end of the 11th century. In 1162, a university appeared in Bologna (based on a law school), a little later – the University of Paris (based on a theological school). At the end of the 12th century, the University of Oxford began to operate. In 1226, the first imperial university in Naples was founded (at the request of Frederick II Staufen).
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