Crash Course History of Science # 11 Cathedrals and Universities Q & A Key

Crash Course History of  Science # 11 Cathedrals and Universities Q & A Key
Crash Course History of  Science # 11 Cathedrals and Universities Q & A Key
Crash Course History of  Science # 11 Cathedrals and Universities Q & A Key
Crash Course History of  Science # 11 Cathedrals and Universities Q & A Key
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  1. Host Hank GreenFor as long as Hank has hosted Crash Course, he's wanted to host a series about the history of science. We've been asking big questions for a really long time and we've all wanted to explore how we've sought to answer those questions through the centuries. Questions like, "What is stu
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Until roughly 1100, there were relatively few places of knowledge-making. Monasteries and abbeys had special rooms called scriptoria where monks copied manuscripts by hand. But the biggest places where knowledge was made were the Gothic cathedrals. Then Universities came along, too. This is the story of those two institutions! (13:20)

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