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    Cicero, Ad Fam. I. 1, 2.L. G. Pocock - 1924 - The Classical Review 38 (7-8):170-171.
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    Gadflies and the Laestrygonians.L. G. Pocock - 1958 - The Classical Review 8 (02):109-111.
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    Supplicatio Quindecim Dierum.L. G. Pocock - 1925 - The Classical Review 39 (1-2):18-19.
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    Die Wortspiele in Ciceros Reden. By Hans Holst. Pp. 119. Oslo: Some and Co., 1925.L. G. Pocock - 1926 - The Classical Review 40 (06):219-.
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    Lex de Actis Cn. Pompeii Confirmandis: Lex Ivlia or Lex Vatinia?L. G. Pocock - 1925 - Classical Quarterly 19 (1):16-21.
    In Cicero, In Vatinium, § 29, occur the words: ‘ Fecerisne foedera tribunus plebis cum ciuitatibus, cum regibus, cum tetrarchis?’ With this are to be compared: Ad Fam. I. 9, 7:‘In quo omnia dicta sunt libertate animoque maximo de ui, de auspiciis, de donatione regnorum.’ Att. II. 9, I:‘Irnprobitate istorum, qui auspicia, qui Aeliam legem, qui Iuniam et Liciniam, qui Caeciliam et Didiam neglexerunt … qui regna quasi praedia tetrarchis … dederunt.
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    A Note on the Policy of Clodivs.L. G. Pocock - 1925 - Classical Quarterly 19 (3-4):182-.
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    Correspondence.L. G. Pocock - 1961 - The Classical Review 11 (02):179-180.
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    Pvblivs Clodivs and the Acts of Caesar.L. G. Pocock - 1924 - Classical Quarterly 18 (2):59-65.
    ; tibi M. Bibulus quaerenti se de caelo seruasse respondit idemque in contione dixit, ab Appio tuo fratre productus, te omnino, quod contra auspicia adoptatus esses, tribunum non fuisse. tua denique omnis actio posterioribus mensibus fuit, omnia quae C. Caesar egisset, quod contra auspicia essent acta, per senatum rescindi oportere; quod si fieret, dicebas te tuis umeris me custodem urbis in urbem relaturum.’.
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    A Note on Odyssey 10. 86.L. G. Pocock - 1968 - Classical Quarterly 18 (01):1-.
    IN Od. 10. 81–86 we read: ‘On the seventh day we came to the steep city of Lamos … where herdsman bringing in his charge hails herdsman taking his charge out, and he who takes them out returns the greeting. There might a sleepless man have earned a double wage, as cowman for the one part, as shepherd of white sheep for the other. For close ‹together› are the paths of night and day.’.
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