The Schools of Medieval England

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
WINCHESTER COLLEGE, c. 1460Frontispiece From a drawing by Warden Chandler in MS. Life of Wykeham at New College, Oxford.
FACING PAGE
ATHENIAN GRAMMAR AND MUSIC SCHOOLS, SIXTH CENTURY, B.C.14 From a Kulix, Berlin Museum. From Monumenti Antichi Inediti.
GREEK GRAMMAR SCHOOL MASTER OF CAPUA WITH WIFE AND SON (NOT, AS COMMONLY SAID, BOY AND GIRL PUPILS)20 Photograph from Naples Museum kindly given by Superintendente dei Musei e Scavi.
ANGLO-SAXON COMMENTARY ON PRISCIAN'S GRAMMAR26 From MS. Cott. Dom. A.I., f. 40, British Museum.
ALDHELM AS BISHOP OF SHERBORNE38 Late twelfth-century drawing from Aldhelm "Praise of Virginity". From MS. Royal 5 E. xi., f. 2b, British Museum.
A FIFTEENTH-CENTURY MASTER OF SHERBORNE SCHOOL42 From a Misericord in Sherborne Church. From the Archæological Journal.
AN ANGLO-SAXON SCHOOL BOOK, SHOWING CAR-DRIVING AND SKIRT- DANCING62 From Prudentius' "Vices and Virtues," MS. 24,199, f. 18 ( tenth century), British Museum.
MOTHER TEACHING SON WITH PRETTY PICTURE-BOOK70 From Harl. MS. 4431, f. 261, thirteenth century, British Museum.
ETHELFLED'S MOUND, WARWICK CASTLE, A.D. 91478 From History of Warwick School by A. F. Leach ( Constable & Co. Ltd.)
BOY BEING HANDED AT GRAMMAR LESSON88 From Burney MS. 270, f. 94, c. 1350, British Museum.
A TENTH-CENTURY SCHOOLMASTER'S BOOKSPage95 From MS. Cott. Dom. L., f. 55b, British Museum.
APPOINTMENT OF MASTER OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL, c. 1125110 From Archæologia, by permission of the Society of Antiquaries.
WRIT By ACTING-BISHOP TO ENFORCE MONOPOLY OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL, 1139112 From Archæologia, by permission of the Society of Antiquaries.
HUNTINGDON GRAMMAR SCHOOL, TWELFTH CENTURY122 From a photograph by F. Frith & Co.
A SONG SCHOOL DESCRIBED IN CHAUCER'S PRIORESS TALE138 From Harl. MS. 7334, f. 200b, British Museum.
A GAME OF BALL, STRIPES v. PLAIN, c. 1310140 From MS. Royal 10 E. iv., f. 94b, British Museum.

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