The Odysseus Medal for Advanced Ancient Greek Studies
In 2001 Mr Nicholas Galatis approached the University and proposed the establishment of The Odysseus Medal for Advanced Ancient Greek Studies. The aim of this prize is to encourage students to excel in the research component of Level III courses with significant ancient Greek content not covered by the Barony of Ithaka Prize and the Constantinos and Polymnia Moraïtis Prize.
- The name of the prize shall be “The Odysseus Medal for Advanced Ancient Greek Studies”
- The prize shall be a medal
- The prize shall be awarded each year at the Galatis Prize Giving Ceremony
- The prize shall be awarded to the student of a level III course with the most outstanding result for an essay on a topic with a significant Ancient Greek focus, excluding Greek History or Greek Archaeology
- If, in any particular year, the examiner/s consider that no candidate is suitable for the prize, then no award shall be made
- If two or more candidates are deemed to be of equal merit, the prize shall be awarded to each candidate