1. Robert Develin (1978). The Atinian Plebiscite, Tribunes, and the Senate. Classical Quarterly 28 (01):141-.
    We know of the Atinian plebiscite only from a tantalizing reference of Gellius, apparently citing Ateius Capito: ‘nam et tribunis, inquit plebis senatus habendi ius erat, quamquam senatores non essent ante Atinium plebiscitum.’ Willems was able to note two interpretations, one of which held that the plebiscite required that all tribunes be senators already, the other that it allowed tribunes the enjoyment of senatorial rights. The first was rightly rejected; since all we know disallows the notion that an aedileship would (...)
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  2. Robert Develin (1973). The Good Man and the Good Citizen in Aristotle's "Politics". Phronesis 18 (1):71 - 79.
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