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Geographical Origins Of Students Defending Disputations, 1650–1670

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This appendix section contains information about the geographical origins of students defending disputations. On the basis of the disputations it is possible to establish the geographical backgrounds of the student population. As far as we know, a student's place of origin had no consequences for his qualification to defend disputations as a respondens. The section draws up two tables for the period 1650-1670. The first table describes the places of origin of respondentes, 1650-1670, cumulative, in absolute numbers. The second table presents the places of origin of students defending disputations, 1650-1670.

Keywords: geographical origins; respondens; students defending disputations



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