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Education in Europe

Greek Education, Roman Education, Education Of Women In Greece And Rome, Medieval Education, From The Renaissance To The Enlightenment

European pre-university education began its long odyssey with Homer. The social and literary values expressed in his poetry informed Greek education, which became the basis of Roman education. The Renaissance revived ancient literary texts and educational programs, which were modified and adapted in subsequent centuries. European humanities education still embraces in part ancient Greco-Roman educational ideals and goals.

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