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==Ritorno in Inghilterra==
<!--When he returned to England, Laud was in the [[Tower of London]], but had taken the precaution to make the Arabic chair permanent. Pococke does not seem to have been an extreme churchman or to have been active in politics. His rare scholarship and personal qualities brought him influential friends, foremost among these being [[John Selden]] and [[John Owen]]. Through their offices he obtained, in 1648, the chair of [[Hebrew language|Hebrew]], though he lost the emoluments of the post soon after, and did not recover them till the [[English Restoration|Restoration]].
The theological works of Pococke were collected, in two volumes, in 1740, with a curious account of his life and writings by [[L Twells]].