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The Classics Prize for Latin is a current, annually awarded academic prize for language and specifically Latin. Latin was added to the name of this prize in 2012 to distinguish it more clearly from the Classical Studies Prize. The Classics Prize was first listed in the Speech Day Award Programs in 1988.

See Also Classical Studies Prize.

Classics Prize Awardees:

1988 Abbott, I.
1989 Mann, R.
1990 Hook, A.
1991 Abbot, K.
1992 Griffiths, J.
1993 Emselle, N.
1994 Henderson, J.
1995 Pearce, K.
1996 Miller, J.
1997 Not Listed
1998 Hildebrand, M.
1999 Jeremiah, E.
2000 Martella, L.
2001 Coghill, D.
2002 Spokes, M.
2003 Wettenhall, A.
2004 Malon, S.
2005 Miller, E.
2006 King, S.
2007 Nicolo, X.
2008 Certoma, N.
2009 Goodridge, D.
2010 Brotchie, J.
2011 Kvant, A.

Classics Prize for Latin Awardees:

2012 Thomas, A.
2013 D'Adamo, G.
2014 Not Awarded
2015 Thorne, P.
2016 Baxter, S.
2017 Bagnara, M. J.
2018 Duan, A.
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