Sorbonne

Common name for the University of Paris, originally a theological institute founded 1253 by Robert de Sorbon, chaplain to Louis IX. Richelieu ordered the reconstruction of the buildings in 1626,...
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Sorbonne

Common name for the University of Paris, originally a theological institute founded 1253 by Robert de Sorbon, chaplain to Louis IX. Richelieu ordered the reconstruction of the buildings in 1626, which were again rebuilt 1885. In 1808, the Sorbonne became the seat of the Académie of Paris and of the University of Paris. It is the most prestigio...
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Sorbonne

Sorbonne (sôrbôn') , first endowed college in the Univ. of Paris, founded by Robert de Sorbon (1201–74), chaplain of Louis IX, and opened in 1253 for the purpose of providing quarters for theology students who were not friars. Gaining academic and theological distinction in the...
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