Scholarships and Prizes 2003: Classics

ANCIENT HISTORY PRIZE 2004

The prize is of the value of £500 and is open to:
(a) members of the University who have completed the examinations necessary for the Degree of BA of this University;
(b) graduates of other universities reading for the Degrees of B.Phil., M.Litt., M.Phil., or D.Phil.; provided that on the date appointed for sending in essays such candidates shall have completed not less than three and not more than six terms from the date of (i) completing the second public examination or (ii) matriculation respectively.

Candidates are permitted to choose any subject in Greek or Roman History or Historiography in the period 1500 BC to AD 500. Parts of theses in preparation will not be excluded, but candidates will be required to certify that their entry has not been, or is not concurrently being, submitted for any other prize. The subject proposed must be notified to the Chairman of the Sub- faculty of Ancient History, c/o the Classics Office, 65 St Giles', Oxford OX1 3LU (Ref. HAN/1), not later than Friday, 20 February 2004.

Essays, which must be typewritten and must not exceed 20,000 words, should be sent to the Chairman of the Sub-faculty of Ancient History, the Classics Office, 65 St Giles', Oxford OX1 3LU, not later than Friday, 28 May 2004.


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