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- Literae humaniores, nicknamed classics, is an undergraduate course focused on classics (Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Latin, ancient Gr****, and philosophy)...
- Dimissorial letters (in Latin, litterae dimissoriae) are testimonial letters given by a bishop or by a competent religious superior to his subjects in...
- an elite independent boarding school. Johnson won a scholarship to read Literae Humaniores at Balliol College, Oxford, a four-year course in the study...
- honour schools for different subjects began in 1802, with Mathematics and Literae Humaniores. Schools of "Natural Sciences" and "Law, and Modern History"...
-  218. ISBN 9781908843821. Rymer, Thomas (1740). Foedera, conventiones, literae, et cujus****que generis acta publica, inter reges Angliae, et alios quosvis...
- are contained in charters, or letters patent, that is, open letters, literae patentes: ſo called becauſe they are not ſealed up, but expoſed to open...
- graduated with a double first in his B.A. of classical Moderations and Literae Humaniores (Greats). Wilde wrote to a friend, "The dons are 'astonied'...
- The Faculty of classics, previously the Faculty of Literae Humaniores, is a subdivision of the University of Oxford concerned with the teaching and research...
- kibbutz volunteer and then went to New College, Oxford, to read classics (Literae Humaniores); there she edited the student paper Isis and graduated with...
- 'Loose women without morals', the university quickly changed the motto to literae sine moribus vanae, 'Letters without morals [are] useless'. In 1932, all...