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Porson Prize: Notice

Statutes and Ordinances, pp. 685 and 797

The Porson Prize for 2000 will be given for the best translation into Greek verse, in the tragic iambic metre and accentuated, of the following passage:

Tennyson, Tithonus, 1-31, 'The words decay . . . meet for all?'

Resident undergraduates may be candidates for this Prize if on 1 February 2000 not more than seven complete terms will have passed after their first term of residence. Candidates must send three copies of their exercise to the Registrary, so as to reach him not later than 1 February 2000. The exercise must be printed or typewritten; it must bear a motto (a short phrase, in English or Latin script), but not the candidate's name, and must be accompanied by a sealed envelope bearing the same motto outside and containing the candidate's name and College.

The present value of the Prize is £60.

NB: Candidates' attention is drawn to the general regulations (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 685), and in particular to Regulations 10 and 11.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 7 July 1999
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