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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-85

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FACULTY OF ARTS 81 GREEK Ī¬ Warr Professor Hetherington Lecturer Latham Lecturer 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 with special reference to the Examinations of the University of London 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 Special arrangements are made for Students who are reading for the Higher Examinations of the University of London for Open Scholarships at Oxford or Cambridge or for the Previous Examination at Cambridge and Responsions at Oxford Professor Warr's Lectures on Ancient History and Literature Monday afternoon may also be attended by Matriculated Students of this Department without extra fee London University Matriculation Class if 10 15-11 40 Text-Boohs Euripides Alcestis for June Matric Exam II London University Interm Class Th 10 15-11 40 Text-Books Euripides Bacchae III London Univ Class Th 11 45-1 Text-Books Aristophanes Ranae Demosthenes De Corona IV Greek Composition etc 11 45-1 advanced if 15-3 15 elementary Evening Classes London University Class Monday -8 Michael- mas and Lent Terms Text-Books Aristophanes Ranae Demosthenes De Corona Papers will be set each week on the books prescribed for the London University Examination and on the special period of Greek History also passages for translation and questions on Greek Syntax
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