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by Emanuel Forchhammer

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  The prize is awarded to the student who achieved the highest result in the final written examinations for the The Prize was established through a generous gift from Dr Walter Zander, a former Senior Associate Member of the College. The first prize was awarded in The award goes to Mr Samir Haroon (St Antony's College). /middle-east-centre-studentships-and-prizes.    Several coincidences between Brihaspati and the Wagaru, the earliest law-book of Burma, have been collected by Dr. Forchhammer, Jardine Prize Essay, pp. 55, 57, For other examples, see Dr. Forchhammer's edition of the Wagaru, pp. 12 (gifts), 36 (twelve witnesses), &://

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