Old Cambridge Days

@inproceedings{Roth1971OldCD,
  title={Old Cambridge Days},
  author={L. Roth},
  year={1971}
}
The town of Cambridge is a rather insignificant little place situated some fifty miles to the north of London. Its only title to distinction is, and always has been, that it happens to be the site of a university. Why this should be so is a complete mystery; the historians have never been able to throw any light on it and probably never will. But how the university actually came about-that is known with some precision. The earliest universities of Christian Europe were all born in the same way… Expand
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