St Albert the Great (I)
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Albert the Great was one of the Church's greatest
intellects. He studied at the University of Padua and later taught at Hildesheim,
Freiburg-im-Breisgau, Regensburg, and Strasbourg. He then taught at the University of Paris, where
he received his doctorate in 1245. He was among the first and greatest of the natural scientists,
gaining a reputation for expertise in biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, geography,
metaphysics, and mathematics. He was also very learned in biblical studies and theology.
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