1. M. T. Griffin (1982). The Lyons Tablet and Tacitean Hindsight. Classical Quarterly 32 (02):404-.
    There is already a copious literature comparing Claudius' oration on the admission of the primores Galliae into the Roman Senate with Tacitus’ account of the speech and of the opposition's case in Annals 11. 23–4. Yet the Emperor's own purpose in speaking as he did still needs some illumination. Scholarly concentration on technical points about the citizenship, on Claudius’ antiquarianism and on his debt to Livy has been fruitful, but it has often distracted attention from Claudius’ immediate aim. Meanwhile, Tacitus’ (...)
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  2. M. T. Griffin (1980). Pier Vincenzo Cova: Lo Stoico imperfetto. Pp. 131. Naples: Società editrice napoletana, 1978. Paper, L. 5.000. The Classical Review 30 (02):288-289.
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  3. M. T. Griffin (1980). Seneca on the Couch Marc Rozelaar: Seneca. Eine Gesamtdarstellung. Pp. X + 663. Amsterdam: Hakkert, 1976. 178 Sw. Frs. The Classical Review 30 (01):28-31.