The Studia Philonica Annual is a scholarly journal devoted to the study of Hellenistic Judaism, particularly the writings and thought of the Hellenistic-Jewish writer Philo of Alexandria (circa 15 B.C.E. to circa 50 C.E.).
The Studia Philonica Annual: Silver Anniversary 1989–2013
M. Jason Reddoch, Enigmatic Dreams and Onirocritical Skill in De Somniis
Nicole L. Tilford, “After the Ways of Women”: the Aged Virgin in Philo’s Transformation of the Philosophical Soul
Olivier Munnich, Dorypherein, doryphoros: l’image de la «garde» chez Philon d’Alexandrie
David Lincicum, Aeschylus in Philo, Anim. 47 and QE 2.6
SPECIAL SECTION: PHILO’S ANCIENT READERS
Gregory E. Sterling, Introduction
James R. Royse, Did Philo Publish His Works?
Gregory E. Sterling, “A Man of the Highest Repute”: Did Josephus Know the Writings of Philo?
Jennifer Otto, Philo, Judaeus? A Re-evaluation of Why Clement Calls Philo “the Pythagorean”
David Lincicum, A Preliminary Index to Philo’s Non–Biblical Citations and Allusions
D. T. Runia, K. Berthelot, E. Birnbaum, A. C. Geljon, H. M. Keizer, J. Leonhardt-Balzer, J. P. Martín, M.R. Niehoff, S. J. K. Pearce, T. Seland, Philo of Alexandria: An Annotated Bibliography 2010
Supplement: A Provisional Bibliography 2011–2013
BOOK REVIEW SECTION
Reviews by Ronald Cox, Walter T. Wilson, M. Jason Reddoch, David T. Runia, and Karl Shuve.
David T. Runia is the Master of Queen’s College at the University of Melbourne.
Gregory E. Sterling is The Reverend Henry L. Slack Dean and Lillian Claus Professor of New Testament at Yale Divinity School.
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