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Cambridge Classics Ancient Worlds Video Competition 2018

last modified Jun 18, 2018 09:33 AM
Have a look through the winning video entries from some high school classicists this year!

We have counted down the finalists and announced our winner for this year's Video Competition! There were some really brilliant and imaginative entries and we thoroughly enjoyed watching them all. Thank you to all of those involved and, if you have not yet, please have a look through them. 

The competition takes place every year and is open to students from years 9-13. To read more about it have a look on the Greeks, Romans and Us page HERE. It is a fantastic and exciting way to allow students to get creative with the Classics and we have had some brilliant and original entries this year. Have a look at some of them HERE.

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