A tribute to Margaret Rosabel Mezzabotta
AbstractThe paper judged to be the best student essay submitted to Akroterion by 30 September preceding publication of the volume for that specific year, is published annually as the B. X. de Wet Essay. The competition, which is sponsored by the Classical Association of South Africa, is open to undergraduate students every year and to Honours students in even-numbered years. There is a cash prize of R500. This essay is named in honour of South African classicist B.X. de Wet.
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