Why did universities form in the Middle Ages?

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Why did universities form in the Middle Ages?

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The era of the Middle Ages encompasses the time period between the aftermath of the fall of Rome and 1500 (approximately). Civilization throughout Western Europe greatly developed during the Middle Ages.

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Universities developed in the Middle Ages because there was an increased interest in philosophy and intellectualism. This was all driven by religion...

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St. Thomas Aquinas Lesson for Kids: Biography & Facts
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St. Thomas Aquinas was an Italian thinker and theologian from the 13th century, famous for his belief in scholastics and for starting his own school of theology called Thomism.


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