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Studenti della Transilvania all'Università di Padova
nei secoli XVII-XIX, con particolare riferimento
all'iter studiorum e agli insegnamenti impartiti in ambito giuridico


Elena MUNARINI, Giuseppe MUNARINI

Abstract:
The University of Padua, in time, especially in the period from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century, has attracted the interest of students from across Europe in many fields of knowledge, especially in Legal sciences. In this way, the University became the meeting point of two cultures that discovered themselves as seemingly different, but, in fact, united by their Latin origins. This is just one of the reasons that led the students from Transylvania to approach higher education in a city, Padua, extremely rich in history and art, in search of the ideal of knowledge continuity over time. This cultural dialogue will prove extremely fruitful, whether it implied graduation from the University of Padua, or just a part of iter studiorum. During the analyzed periods, despite the succession of different programs and systems, creations of the times they were introduced in, the cosmopolitan (we would say today) nature characterizing the spirit of the said University, who offered in return the fruit of the continuity of traditions, languages and cultures, was already emerging.
Keywords:
University of Padova, Latinism, Dacia, Transylvania, historical origins, Legal science