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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-120

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CLASSICS 117 CLASSES IN THE FACULTY All Honours Classes are Inter-Collegiate The Rooms in which Classes are held are indicated upon Table in the Entrance Hall of the College Students taking Science Subjects as part of their Arts Course should consult the Syllabus of the Faculty of Science Signs and Abbreviations -Intermediate -Final Pass -Final Honours and Post-graduate -Other Courses The hours of Lectures given below are subject to revision and from the beginning of the Session the only official time-tables will be those posted on the Faculty Board in the Entrance Hall CLASSICS Head of the Department Professor James Alexander Kerr Thomson Note -Students in the Department may enter either for the Honour School of Greek and Latin as hitherto or for the newly instituted Honour Schools in which one language is principal and the other subsidiary Α -GREEK -Intermediate Arts -Language Dr Knight and Mr Handford Th 11-12 Ν Β -The texts for 1925-6 are Euripides Hercules i'urens 1-814 and Plato Apology Y2 -Composition Mr Hall Fr 11-12 Y3 -Greek Life and Outlines of Greek Political History Mr War- mington 12-1 II -B Pass -Language Dr Knight and Mr Handford 10-II 12-1 -The texts for 1925-6 are Aristophanes Clouds and Plato Man Z2 -Composition Dr Knight 12-1 Z3 -Syntax Mr Hall Tu 11-12 during the second half of the Session Z4 -Greek History 11-12 during the second half of the Session -The period for 1926 is 431-371 III -B Honours Ar-Syntax Dr Knight 11-12 A2 -Translation Dr Knight To be arranged As -Composition Prof Thomson and Mr Handford To be arranged
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