George Gilbert Ramsay Memorial Prizes

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The George Gilbert Ramsay Memorial Prizes were founded in 1922 by subscription in memory of George Gilbert Ramsay, Professor of Humanity from 1863 to 1906, for the encouragement of classical study. The prizes are awarded at the discretion of the Department of Classics, normally to students of outstanding merit in Level 2 Classical Civilisation and to those students who have been accepted onto summer schools run by the British Schools at Athens and Rome. Any sums not so expended may be employed for purchase of books or teaching aids in the Department of Classics.


George Gilbert Ramsay Memorial Prizes
Award Type: Prizes
Year Founded: 1922
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Record last updated: 23rd Jul 2007

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