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Classical Tripos

Part II

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 251)

With effect from 1 October 2002

Regulation 17.

Group D (Archaeology)

By amending the titles of Papers D1-D4 so as to read:

D1. Aegean prehistory (also serves as Paper N. 7 of the Oriental Studies Tripos).

D2. A topic within classical archaeology and/or art (may also serve as Paper N. 8 of the Oriental Studies Tripos).

D3. A topic within classical archaeology and/or art.1

D4. A topic within classical archaeology and/or art.

1 Also available to candidates for Part II of the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos; see p. 000.

Part I

SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 254)

With effect from 1 October 2001

By replacing the detail for Paper 12 with the following:

Paper 12. Translation from English into Latin prose and verse

This paper will be divided into three sections. Section (a) will contain three passages of English prose for translation into Latin prose (two of which will be straightforward English translations from designated Latin authors), one passage of English verse for translation into Latin hexameters, and one passage of English verse for translation into Latin elegiacs; candidates attempting this section will be required to translate one passage only. Section (b) will contain one passage of English prose for translation into Latin prose. Section (c) will contain one passage of English verse for translation into Latin hexameters and one passage of English verse for translation into Latin elegiacs, each shorter than the corresponding passage in section (a). Candidates will be required to attempt one section only. Candidates taking Paper 3 may attempt either Section (a) or Section (c). Candidates taking Paper 4 may attempt any section.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 11 July 2001
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