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Title: A short note on the history of medicine in Malta
Authors: Captur, Victor
Keywords: Medicine -- Malta -- History
Medicine -- Research -- Malta
Medical care -- Malta -- History
Issue Date: 1987-03
Publisher: University of Malta Medical School
Citation: Captur, V. (1987). A short note on the history of medicine in Malta. Medi-Scope, 10, 31-32.
Abstract: The University of Malta was founded by the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem. Thirty years after Grand Master La Vallette had founded the City that bears his name, the Jesuit fathers offered to build a College and a Church in Valletta. This offer was accepted and work was started on the 4th of September 1595. The building was completed in 1602. Twelve Jesuit fathers held public courses in Philosophy and Theology, and the degrees of Master of Philosophy and of Doctor of Divinity were conferred on successful scholars.
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