Collegium Trilingue

Many physicians studied in this celebrated institution, the Collegium Trilingue in Leuven, founded at the beginning of 16th century as a college especially devoted to the teaching of the three classical languages: Hebrew, Greek and Latin. The most famous among them is Andreas Vesalius who was deeply influenced by the humanist spirit of the College during his studies in Leuven University.

A few remains of the College can still be seen today on a side of the central square of Vismarkt (Busleidengang).

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  • Photos by Luca Borghi ti.supmacinu|ihgrob.l# | (August 2009)

Bibliography

- F.-A. Sondervorst, Histoire de la m├ędecine belge, Elsevier Librico, Zaventem 1981, pp. 66-74.



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