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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-105

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104 general literature and science II SYLLABUS OF LECTURES -Religious Instruction Lectures are delivered every Wednesday Afternoon and Saturday Morning during the Academical Year There are terminal examinations in the subjects treated of in the Lectures and periodical examinations on Text-books chosen by the Principal Marks are given to the papers at these examinations according to merit and the Students are classed at the close of each Term On the last day of the Academical Year prizes are adjudged to the best Students in the various years No Student can take prize more than twice Any Student meriting prize third time will receive Certificate of Honor -The Greek and Latin Classics Lectures daily Saturday excepted from 10 20 to 11 40 ϊί 11 45 to or The subjects Of these Lectures are the works of the best Latin and Greek writers and Greek and Latin Composition both in Prose and Verse Besides the work which is done in the Lecture Room the Students are expected to prepare given portion of Roman and Greek History for each College Examination as well as an additional Classical subject Lectures will be given on Roman History during the Michaelmas and Lent Terms also on Greek and Latin Philo- logy and during the Easter Term on Greek Art in con- neetion with the Monuments in the British Museum Assistance will be given by Lessons and Questions to Candidates for the Examinations for the London University Degree The subject for the First Pass Examination is the History of Rome to the death of Augustus
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