New Knowledge - Names Terms Dates Adelard of Bath c 1080-1152 Gerhard of Cremona c.1114-1187 Leonardo of Pisa(Fibonacci c.1175-c1250 abacus

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10/30/07 Names, Terms, Dates Adelard of Bath, c. 1080-1152 Gerhard of Cremona, c.1114-1187 Leonardo of Pisa (Fibonacci), c.1175-c1250 abacus Domesday Book 1086 Chartres Cathedral Hauterive Cistercian monastery, Fribourg, Switzerland, 1320-28 Joachim of Fiore, c. 1135-1202 (Cistercian monk in Calabria) Peter Abelard, Sic et Non (Yes and No), 12th c. Gratian, Concordance of Discordant Canons, 12th c. Outline Ancient learning, new learning and the Muslim world a. Pioneers of translation b. Greek texts and Arabic texts c. Dangerous knowledg Mathematics and Numeracy a. New Techniques abacus “Arabic” numerals b. The appeal of numeracy government commerce religion Schools, Universities and European Tradition a. Cathedral Schools b. Universities Charters and freedoms Students and transmission of knowledge c. Scholasticism and Practical knowledge Eating the text Abelard, Sic et Non
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New Knowledge - Names Terms Dates Adelard of Bath c 1080-1152 Gerhard of Cremona c.1114-1187 Leonardo of Pisa(Fibonacci c.1175-c1250 abacus

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