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File:Classical Association of Scotland logo.gif
The association logo.
The Classical Association of Scotland
is a learned society
founded in 1902.
It brings together researchers in classical studies
and holds regular meetings.
Professor Douglas Cairns of the University of Edinburgh is its chairman of council. Some older records of the association are held by Glasgow University Archive Services.