Educating the Aristocracy in Late Medieval England

Jonathan Hughes describes how the new classical-inspired education given to young members of the aristocracy in the fifteenth century laid the foundations for future English ideas of education, empire and public service.

Jonathan Hughes’s most recent book is The Religious Life of Richard III: Piety and Prayer in the North of England (Sutton, 1997).

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