Classical Association Award 2009 for Caroline Lawrence

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Award for Caroline Lawrence

Last weekend Caroline Lawrence received the Classical Association Award 2009 for helping to make the Classics more accessible and popular to the public with her Roman Mysteries series.
Very well deserved too, we say.
The link takes you to her Blog entry about the award ceremony in Glasgow.
And you can read more about the Classical Association conference here - a Times blog entry by classicist Mary Beard, including this comment about the Award winner: "The other highlight of the conference came at dinner after the Seaford lecture. It was the presentation of the Classical Association prize (for enhancing the public understanding of Classics) to Caroline Lawrence, author of the brilliant series of Roman Mysteries for kids (Famous Five go to Pompeii, as she jokingly and far too self-deprecatingly put it)."

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