Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala borromeo Underground PDF. Established during the colony by the Spanish Crown in the 17th century, approved by the Vatican and directed by regular orders of the Catholic Church.
Författare: Ernesto Lunati.
Central American Federation by the liberal governor Mariano Galvez. Rafael Carrera and Vicente Cerna y Cerna, ratified by the Concordat of 1854. Notary and Law, Medicine and Pharmacy. However, their activities were interrupted after the Independence of Central America in 1821.
At that time, each province of the former Captaincy General of Guatemala promoted the creation of a local university. Saint Carlo Borromeo, by Giovanni Ambrogio Figino. The University of San Carlos was established under his protection on 31 January 1676. The university tradition in Guatemala and Central America goes back to the 17th century, when the University of San Carlos was founded on 31 January 1676 by Royal Decree of Carlos II in the colonial capital of Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala. Colonization by the Spaniards implied a new formation of society, with its brand new civil and ecclesiastical institutions.
As time went by, residents demanded a place in the royal institutions for their descendants, in return for the heroics of their ancestors during the battles of conquest. However, there were no schools to teach youth to become public servants. It was not until the second half of the 16th century that the first initiatives to found schools that covered more than religious indoctrination and reading and writing took place. The first bishop of Guatemala, Francisco Marroquín, requested the approval of the Spanish crown to set up a grammar class, in which Latin was to be taught, as it was the intellectual language of the time. Towards the end of his life, in 1562, Marroquin left in his will some funds to set up a school, the Santo Tomás de Aquino, where Grammar, Arts, Philosophy and Theology would be taught. This will has been also interpreted by scholars as the origin of the University of San Carlos. In 1598, the third bishop of Guatemala Gómez Fernández de Córdoba y Santillán, O.
Dominican convent where, in theory, they gave the Arts, Theology and Religion classes. Antonio Liendo y Goicoechea, a Franciscan friar, reformed education at the University. He was a professor of most of the eventual leaders of the Central American independence. In 1660 the printer es:José de Pineda Ibarra arrived at Santiago de los Caballeros. Among all his works he introduced university graduation cards, where it was written what the final exam was going to be about, date and time for the exam, and the names of the university authorities and student sponsors.