John Arthur Godley Balliol for Theocritean verse:
This article has been rated as Low-importance on the project's importance scale. The text of the entry was as follows: The article states that only the Essay and Dissertation Prizes are now announced in the Gazette, implying that the prizes for Greek Prose and Verse Composition are defunct.
The prizes for Greek Prose and Verse are, however, still announced in the Handbook for Classics Mods edition here . The Handbook refers candidates to the Classics Office for the texts to be translated; I contacted them 27 July because I could not find the latest edition of the Handbook online, and they confirmed by email that the prizes for Greek Prose and Verse Composition continue to be offered.
I know Wikipedia is not meant to include new research, but this was meant only to ascertain facts that are presumably available in a public source the most recent handbook which I could not locate. It seems useful to have the precise terms of the Essay and Dissertation prizes set out, but the last paragraph of the article should probably be amended in some way to avoid false implication.
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Gaisford Dissertation Prize. Before taking up his position on the U of T faculty, he held research fellowships at Merton College, Oxford and at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Wash-ington, DC.
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Phil., University of Oxford December Gaisford Graduate Dissertation Prize ; University Greats Philology Prize ; Stanley Robinson Prize in Literae Humaniores ; University Honour Moderations Philology Prize ; Scholarships & Grants.
Oxford University Prizes and Awards: Hertford Prize , Second Craven Scholarship , Passmore Edwards Prize , Schmidt Scholarship , Gaisford Dissertation Prize , Teaching Award External Research Awards and Grants: British Academy/ Leverhulme Senior Research Fellow (£20, Jul 01, · Gaisford Prize topic.
Thomas Gaisford The Gaisford Prize is a prize in the University of Oxford, founded in in memory of Dr Thomas Gaisford (–). For most of its history, the prize was awarded for Classical Greek Verse and Prose.
The prizes now include the Gaisford Essay Prize and the Gaisford Dissertation Prize. The prizes are now the Gaisford Essay Prize and the Gaisford Dissertation Prize.
Dr Thomas Gaisford, Dean of Christ Church, Regius Professor of Greek in the University of Oxford for more than forty years ( ±), died on 2 June