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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1944-1945-54

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PRIZES-THEOLOGY 53 The Prize is open to all students or former students of the Theological Faculty who have been awarded the Diploma not less than four years or have obtained the Degree not less than two years prior to the date of the examination The Prize will be awarded annually on an examination in selected texts from the Septuagint The examination will be held in the Lent Term Names of candidates must be sent to the Secretary of the College by the last day of December The examination in 1945 will be set on the following Introduction to the Septuagint Set Books II Kings 1-15 Amos Isaiah 1-6 Unseen Passages No former student shall be eh'gible to compete for the Prize more than twelve years after he has been awarded the Degree or the Diploma whichever is the earlier Elocution lpri3e This Prize was founded by the Council in 1933 The Prize of the value of £1 10s is awarded annually on the result of competition The Prize is open to students in the Preliminary year and in the first year of their course Bicftnell pri3e This Prize was founded in 1935 from funds subscribed by his colleagues and pupils in memory of the Rev Edward John Bicknell Professor of the Exegesis of the New Testament from 1928 to 1934 The Prize consists of books to the value of-£2 2s The Prize will be awarded for an essay on subject in Moral Theology The subject and date of entry are posted annually on the Faculty notice-board
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