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14:01 Dec 30, 2002
German to English translations [PRO] / History, 17th cent.
German term or phrase:Lateinschule / Partikularschule
From a text on Sweden in the 17th century. A school at which reading, writing, math and latin are taught. I'm told thst this type of school didn't exist in Britain, but I need (if possible) the correct term as used by historians. Thank you!