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FACULTY OF THEOLOGY 205 COURSES FOR UNIVERSITY OF LONDON DEGREES Candidates for the degree of must either have passed the Matriculation Examination or have fulfilled such other tests of fitness in lieu of Matriculation as may be prescribed from time to time by the Senate The London Matriculation Examination The compulsory subjects are English and Elementary Mathe matics and from the remaining three subjects required students intending to prepare for the degree in Theology are advised to choose the following Latin Greek or New Testament Greek Logic or History For the Special University Entrance Examination for can- didates over twenty-three years of age Mathematics is not compulsory and New Testament Greek may be offered Intermediate Examination Elementary Hebrew One paper Accidence Easy translation from short set portions of the Old Testament and re-translation Easy composition vocabulary to be given so far as not taken from set portion Pointing passages from set portion New Testament Greek Two papers Grammar syntax and composition of simple sentences י set portion of the Greek Testamentf with translation grammar subject-matter and simple re-translation to Any three of the following one paper in each Ancient History Roman History from Sulla to the death of Marcus Aurelius Classical Grcek Prepared book prose Translation into Eng- lish of easy passages not prescribed Translation of easy sentences into Greek Questions on Grammar Latin Prepared book prose or verse Translation of English sentences into Latin Questions on Grammar Translation into English of easy passages not prescribed 1945 II Samuel XVI- XIX 1946 Ruth Jonah 1945 St Mark omitting VII to VIII 26 1946 St Luke I-XII For Prose Composition students should use Latin Primer Kennedy Longmans Green Company Macmillan Latin Course Part III Pantin and First Introduction to Greek Prose Composition Pitman Mac- millan Anglice Heddenda Series II Jerram Clarendon Press These books assume knowledge of accidence It is essential that students should know all the common forms of declensions and conjugations before beginning the course in October and have also fair knowledge of the principal parts of verbs both Latin and Greek 1945 Xenophon Μemorabilia book 1946 Plato Crito 1945 Cicero De Senectute 1946 Virgil Aeneidlll
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