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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about University of Cambridge.
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  • Peterhouse [r]: Constituent college of the University of Cambridge, England, and the oldest college of the University, having been founded in 1284. [e]
  • Lucasian chair [r]: professorship in mathematics at the University of Cambridge (UK). [e]
  • Library [r]: Collection of books and periodicals. [e]

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