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In answer to our appeal for contributions, the late P.J. Rhodes wrote:
I attended Cambridge in 1967, Munich in 1972 (just after the attack at the
Olympics, so the airlines were very jumpy), Oxford in 2007 (most of the last: I
had two commitments in the same week, and had to divide my time between
the two).
From 1972 I remember the introductory lecture of Louis Robert (the only time I
was in his presence): one should explore on horseback; walking is too slow, but
a car is too fast and one misses things.

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