Initially medieval universities did not have physical facilities such as the campus of a modern university. Classes were taught wherever space was available, such as churches and homes. A university was not a physical space but a collection of individuals banded together as a universitas.
Not in the link, but my favourite: primer noctis
the droit de prélassement (right of lounging; it was said that a lord had the right to disembowel his serfs to warm his feet in).
Haha, this is always bothering me in fantasy novels, where the hero's party is traveling through a depressed rural backwater but some dude operates an inn full-time with tons of empty rooms JUST IN CASE someone comes through.
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