Classical Association of Scotland

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The association logo.

The Classical Association of Scotland is a learned society founded in 1902.[1] It brings together researchers in classical studies throughout Scotland and holds regular meetings.

Professor Douglas Cairns of the University of Edinburgh is its chairman of council. Some older records [1] of the association are held by Glasgow University Archive Services.


  1. ^ Retrieved 10 February 2016.

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