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  1. Notes on the Cyclops of Euripides.R. J. Shackle - 1915 - Classical Quarterly 9 (4):245-246.
    A foot is lacking at the beginning of line. Perhaps add to go with ναυστολ⋯, lost after the end of I. 12. Silenus expatiates on the με⋯ζονα πόνον of I. 10.
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    Some Emendations of Pindar.R. J. Shackle - 1920 - The Classical Review 34 (5-6):85-87.
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    Some Emendations of the Homeric Hymns.R. J. Shackle - 1915 - The Classical Review 29 (06):161-165.
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    Notes on the Cyclops of Euripides.R. J. Shackle - 1915 - Classical Quarterly 9 (04):245-.
    A foot is lacking at the beginning of line. Perhaps add to go with ναυστολxs22EF, lost after the end of I. 12. Silenus expatiates on the μεxs22EFζονα πόνον of I. 10.
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    Notes on Lucretius.R. J. Shackle - 1922 - The Classical Review 36 (5-6):115-115.
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    Notes on Lucretius.R. J. Shackle - 1921 - The Classical Review 35 (7-8):156-.
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    Note on the Abstrvsa Glossary.R. J. Shackle - 1920 - Classical Quarterly 14 (3-4):186-.
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    Note on Seneca.R. J. Shackle - 1915 - Classical Quarterly 9 (03):179-.
    Gercke reads with the MSS. Δ and E: ‘haec adhuc Etruscis philosophisque communia sunt: in illo dissentiunt quod fulmina a Ioue dicunt mitti et tres illi manubias dant.’ Mr. Garrod remarks that the soundness of ‘nouem’ is clinched by the passage he cites from Pliny, N.H. II. 138. But the suggestion he bases on this—to alter ‘illi’ to ‘Ioui’—seems unsatisfactory, as ‘mittiy’ in the first clause is left in crying need of a governing agent; ‘Ioui’ comes in too late in (...)
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