Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 2007-2016

With addenda for items earlier than 2006

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Author: David T. Runia
This volume is a further continuation of the annotated bibliographies on the writings and thought of the Jewish exegete and philosopher Philo of Alexandria, following those on the years 1937–1986 published in 1988, 1987–1996 published in 2000 and 1997–2012 published in 2012. Prepared in collaboration with the International Philo Bibliography Project, it contains a complete listing of all scholarly writings on Philo for the period 2007 to 2016. Part One lists texts, translations, commentaries etc. (75 items). Part Two contains critical studies (1143 items). In Part Three additional items up to 2006 are presented (27 items). In all cases a summary of the contents of the contribution is given. Six indices, including a detailed Index of subjects, complete the work.

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David T. Runia is a Professorial Fellow in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne. He is also an Honorary Professor in the Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry at the Australian Catholic University. He has published extensively on the writings and thought of Philo of Alexandria, and has been editor of The Studia Philonica Annual since 1989.
Preface
Abbreviations
Notes on Contributors

Introduction

Part 1 Bibliographies, Editions, Fragments, Translations, Anthologies, Commentaries, Indices, Lexica, Journal, Internet Site



A Bibliographies

B Critical Editions

C Translations into Modern Languages

D Anthologies

E Commentaries

F Indices and Lexicographical Works

G Journal

H Internet Sites

Part 2 Critical Studies 2007–2016



2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

Part 3 1980–2006: Additional Titles, Corrigenda and Addenda



A Additional Items up to 2006

Index of Authors
Index of Reviewers
Index of Biblical Passages
Index of Philonic Passages
Index of Subjects
Index of Greek Terms
The book will be of interest for scholars working in the areas of classicial studies, ancient history, ancient philosophy Jewish studies, New Testament and early Christian studies. As a valuable bibliographical resource it will be an essential purchase for all libraries serving scholars in these areas.