Samuel BELKIN, The Midrash of Philo-The Oldest Recorded Midrash Written in Alexandria by Philo (c. 20 B. C. E. -45 C. E.) Before the Formulation of Tannaitic Literature, Vol. I, Genesis II-XVII; Selected Portions from Philo's Questions and Answers and from his other writings, translated into Hebrew from the Armenian and Greek with a Commentary Based upon Parallels from Rabbinic Literature, edited by Elazar HURVITZ, Yeshiva University Press, New York, NY 1989, 32 and 299 pp. (Hebrew)

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Samuel BELKIN, The Midrash of Philo-The Oldest Recorded Midrash Written in Alexandria by Philo (c. 20 B. C. E. -45 C. E.) Before the Formulation of Tannaitic Literature, Vol. I, Genesis II-XVII; Selected Portions from Philo's Questions and Answers and from his other writings, translated into Hebrew from the Armenian and Greek with a Commentary Based upon Parallels from Rabbinic Literature, edited by Elazar HURVITZ, Yeshiva University Press, New York, NY 1989, 32 and 299 pp. (Hebrew)

in Journal for the Study of Judaism

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