If a match resulted, it is unlikely that you boasted the fact to your friends, Cocks said.
"You probably wouldn't talk about it if you were very respectable," he said.
In the 1880s the first few female students began studying in Lund.
In the late 19th century, the Faculty of Philosophy was divided into a Faculty of Humanities and a Faculty of Science.
Lund University was founded in 1666 as a step in the process of making Skåne Swedish and to demonstrate the re-establishment of Swedish control. At the beginning there were only four faculties – theology, law, medicine and philosophy.
Originally, the University did not have any premises of its own for teaching.
At the end of the 17th century Karl XI donated Kungshuset in the Lundagård park to the University, which thus acquired its first main building.
The real rise of the University came during the 18th century.
Taboo or not, the practice certainly isn't new.The personals sections of those 18th century newspapers were also useful for gay men and women to meet lovers, back when homosexuality was still illegal (it remained so in the UK until 1967).Personal ads went mainstream in the early 20th century, with expectations at a much lower level than their earlier incarnations.In 1964 the social sciences were broken off from the humanities.In 1969 the Lund Institute of Technology (LTH) became the Faculty of Engineering.New chairs were established and the number of students increased.In 1852 the University was given new statutes that replaced the outdated regulations in force, and the state took over responsibility for finances.However advertising like this has a long and unbroken history, and was used by many people with some success," Cocks said.From shameful to bohemian and cool It only took a few decades after the invention of the modern newspaper in 1690 for the new medium to become a way for people to meet in Britain.Sweden has had, in the past, a turbulent history with Denmark.With the Treaty of Roskilde in 1658, Denmark lost the southern counties of Skåne, Blekinge and Halland to Sweden.