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The Editing and Interpretation of Latin Literature

8 January 2013 - 10 January 2013

The Faculty of Classics in the University of Cambridge will be celebrating Michael Reeve’s 70th birthday with the conference The Editing and Interpretation of Latin Literature

The conference is organized by Richard Hunter (rlh10@cam.ac.uk) and Stephen Oakley (spo23@cam.ac.uk).

A full programme is available here.

The conference is open to all who wish to attend; there will be a registration fee of £25.00, which will cover administration, tea and coffee, and the opening reception. As students will already be returning at that time, accommodation in the University is limited, but the organisers will offer what assistance they can; please contact Stephen Oakley for accommodation enquiries.

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