Education & Families in Med. Europe
By: Blain Upshaw and Manuel Mares
Education in Medieval Europe.
- Education was barely important, until they saw how much success came from people.
- Not everybody got to go to school, because education was only open to the sons of the "High Class"
- The basic education was the "7 Liberal Arts".
- Trivium is the 1st of the 2 teachings. It divides into 3 Roads.
- Trivium was Grammar, Rhetoric, and Logic.
- Quadrivium is the 2nd of the 2 teachings. It divides into 4 roads.
- Quadrivium was Arithmetic, Geometry, Astronomy, and Music.
- Women were the greatest supporters of the medieval household.
- Marriages had almost nothing to do with love or romance. In fact, marriages were used to affect the family, the economy, and the inheritance.
- Children were shaped out by their environment, especially the one their parent's create.
- When having a child during the middle ages, most people wanted a son, because the looked at who would rule a kingdom.