Index of Articles and Bibliographies, arranged by author:
volumes I-XII, 1989-2000



1. Articles

Alexandre Jr, M., The Art of Periodic Composition in Philo of Alexandria  3 (1991) 135-150
Besnier, B., Migration et telos d'après le de migratione Abrahami 11 (1999) 74-103
Borgen, P., The Sabbath Controversy in John 5:118 and Analogous Controversy
Reflected in Philo's Writings
 3 (1991) 209-221
Borgen, P., Philo of Alexandria: Reviewing and Rewriting Biblical Material  9 (1997) 37-53
Bos, A. P., Philo of Alexandria: A Platonist in the Image and Likeness of Aristotle 10 (1998) 66-86
Carlier, C, Sur un Titre Latin du De Vita Contemplativa  8 (1996) 58-72
Carras, G. P., Dependence or Common Tradition in Philo Hypothetica viii 6.10 7.20 and Josephus Contra Apionem 2.190-219  5 (1993) 24-47
Cazeaux, J., Liberté ou mémoire: la rhétorique dans la seconde Épître de Pierre  3 (1991) 222-255
Cohen, N. G., Agrippa I and De specialibus legibus  IV 151-159  2 (1990) 72-85
Cohen, N. G., The Greek Virtues and the Mosaic Laws in Philo: an Elucidation of De Specialibus Legibus  IV 133-135  5 (1993) 9-23
Cohen, N. G., The Names of the separate books of the Pentateuch in Philo's Writings  9 (1997) 54-78
Daley S. J., B. E., 'Bright Darkness' and Christian Transformation: Gregory of Nyssa on the Dynamics of Mystical Union  8 (1996) 83-98
Dick, M. B., Ethics of the Old Greek Book of Proverbs  2 (1990) 20-50
Dillon, J., A Response to Runia and Sterling  5 (1993) 151-155
Dillon, J., Reclaiming the Heritage of Moses: Philo's Confrontation with Greek Philosophy  7 (1995) 108-123
Dillon, J., The Pleasures and Perils of Soul-Gardening  9 (1997)190-197
Dudley, C. S. and M. M. Mitchell, Earle Hilgert: Scholar, Teacher, Librarian, Administrator and Colleague  3 (1991) 11-17
Etienne, S., Réflexion sur l'apostasie de Tibérius Julius Alexander 12 (2000) 122-142
Feldman, L. H., Josephus' Portrait of Balaam  5 (1993) 48-83
Feldman, L. H., Josephus' Portrait of Rehoboam  9 (1997) 264-286
Gaca, K. L., Philo's Principles of Sexual Conduct and their Influence on Christian Platonist Sexual Principles  8 (1996) 21-39
Geljon, A. C. and Runia, D. T., An Index locorum  to Billings  7 (1995) 169-185
Grabbe, L. L., Philo and Aggada: a Response to B. J. Bamberger  3 (1991) 153-166
Hamerton-Kelly, R., Allegory, Typology and Sacred Violence: Sacrificial Representation and the Unity of the Bible in Paul and Philo  3 (1991) 53-70
Hay, D. M., Philo's View of Himself as an Exegete: Inspired, but not Authoritative  3 (1991) 40-52
Hay, D. M., Putting Extremism in Context: The Case of Philo, De Migratione 89-93  9 (1997) 126-142
Helleman, W. E., Philo of Alexandria on Deification and Assimilation to God  2 (1990) 51-71
Hilhorst, A., Was Philo Read by Pagans? The Statement on Heliodorus in Socrates Hist. Eccl. 5.22  4 (1992) 75-77
Hoek, A. van den, Philo in the Alexandrian Tradition  6 (1994) 96-99
Hoek, A. van den, Philo and Origen: a Descriptive Catalogue of their Relationship 12 (2000) 44-121
Horst, P. W. van der, 'Thou shalt not Revile the Gods': the LXX Translation of Ex. 22:28 (27), its Background and Influence  5 (1993) 1-8
Horst, P. W. van der, Samaritans and Hellenism  6 (1994) 28-35
Horst, P. W. van der, Two Short Notes on Josephus  4 (1992) 59-64
Jacobson, H., Thoughts on the Chronicles of Jerahmeel, Ps-Philo's Liber Antiquitatum Biblicarum, and their Relationship  9 (1997) 239-263
Kamesar, A., Philo, the Presence of 'Paideutic' Myth in the Penta- teuch, and the 'Principles' or Kephalaia of Mosaic Discourse 10 (1998) 34-65
Kamesar, A., See under Schwabe, M.  
Kamesar, A., The Literary Genres of the Pentateuch as Seen from the Greek Perspective: The Testimony of Philo of Alexandria  9 (1997) 143-189
Laporte, J. , The High Priest in Philo of Alexandria  3 (1991) 71-82
Laporte, J., Sacrifice and Forgiveness in Philo of Alexandria  1 (1989) 34-42
Levison, J. R., Two Types of Ecstatic Prophecy according to Philo  6 (1994) 83-89
Long, A. A., Allegory in Philo and Etymology in Stoicism: A Plea for Drawing Distinctions  9 (1997) 198-210
Mack, B. L., The Studia Philonica Annual : an uncommon Phoenix  1 (1989) 1-2
Mack, B. L., Wisdom and Apocalyptic in Philo  3 (1991) 21-39
MartÍn, J. P., Philo and Augustine, De civitate Dei  XIV 28 and XV: Some Preliminary Observations  3 (1991) 283-294
Matt, D. C., Varieties of Mystical Nothingness: Jewish, Christian and Buddhist  9 (1997) 316-332
McKnight, S. De Vita Mosis  1.147: Lion Proselytes in Philo?  1 (1989) 58-62
Mendelson, A., 'Did Philo Say the Shema?'and Other Reflections on E. P. Sanders' Judaism: Practice and Belief (Review article)  6 (1994) 160-270
Mendelson, A., Two glimpses of Philo in Modern English Literature: Works by Charles Kingsley and Francis Warner  3 (1991) 328-346
Mendelson, A., Philo's Dialectic of Reward and Punishment  9 (1997) 104-125
Milgrom, J., Philo the Biblical Exegete  9 (1997) 79-83
Najman, H., The Law of Nature and the Authority of Mosaic Law 11 (1999) 55-73
Neusner, J., The Mishnah's Philosophical Method: The Judaism of Hierarchical Classification in Greco-Roman Context  3 (1991) 192-206
Niehoff, M. R., Jewish Identity and Jewish Mothers: Who was a Jew according to Philo? 11 (1999) 31-54
Nikiprowetzky, V. Thèmes et traditions de la lumière chez Philon d'Alexandrie  1 (1989) 6-33
Osborn, E., Philo and Clement: Quiet Conversion and Noetic Exegesis 10 (1998) 108-124
Pawlaczyk, A. , Philo in Poland since the Second World War 10 (1998) 125-130
Radice, R., Observations on the Theory of the Ideas as the Thoughts of God in Philo of Alexandria  3 (1991) 126-134
Reinhartz, A., Philo On Infanticide  4 (1992) 42-58
Reydams-Schils, G, Stoicized Readings of Plato's Timaeus  in Philo of Alexandria  7 (1995) 85-102
Riaud, J., In memoriam Valentin Nikiprowetzky (1919-1983)  1 (1989) 3-5
Riaud, J., Quelques réflexions sur les Thérapeutes d'Alexandrie à la lumière de De vita Mosis II, 67  3 (1991) 184-191
Royse, J. R., Philo, Kyrios, and the Tetragrammaton  3 (1991) 167-173
Royse, J. R., Reverse Indexes to Philonic texts in the Printed Florilegia and Collections of Fragments  5 (1993) 156
Royse, J. R., Yonge's Collection of Fragments of Philo  8 (1996) 107-121
Royse, J. R., Heraclitus B 118 in Philo of Alexandria  9 (1997) 211-216
Royse, J. R., The Text of Philo's Legum allegoriae 12 (2000) 1-28
Runia, D. T., A Note on Philo and Christian Heresy  4 (1992) 65-74
Runia, D. T., An Index locorum Philonicorum  to Völker  1 (1989) 82
Runia, D. T., An Index to CohnWendland's Apparatus Testimoniorum  4 (1992) 87-96
Runia, D. T., Confronting the Augean stables: Royse's Fragmenta Spuria Philonica  (Review article)  4 (1992) 78-86
Runia, D. T., How to Search Philo  2 (1990) 106-139
Runia, D. T., Philo in a Single Volume (Review article)  6 (1994) 171-182
Runia, D. T., Philo of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian Thought  7 (1995) 143-160
Runia, D. T., Philo of Alexandria in Five Letters of Isidore of Pelusium  3 (1991) 295-319
Runia, D. T., Philonic Nomenclature  6 (1994) 1-27
Runia, D. T., References to Philo from Josephus until 1000 AD  6 (1994) 111-121
Runia, D. T., Statistical Observations on Fifty Years of Philonic Scholarship  1 (1989) 74
Runia, D. T., Was Philo a Middle Platonist? a Difficult Question Revisited  5 (1993) 112-140
Runia, D. T., A New Philo Word Index 10 (1998) 131-134
Runia, D. T., Alexandria and Cambridge: James Kugel's Traditions of the Bible 12 (2000) 143-147
Runia, D. T., Philonica in the Catena in Genesim 11 (1999) 113-120
Runia, D. T., The Reward for Goodness: Philo, De Vita Contemplativa 90  9 (1997) 3-18
Schwabe, M, Philo, De opificio mundi § 15. Edited and translated from the Hebrew with an introductory note by Adam Kamesar 11 (1999) 104
Schwartz, D. R., On Some New and Old Wine in Peter's Pentecost Speech (Acts 2)  3 (1991) 256-271
Schwartz, D. R., Philonic Anonyms of the Roman and Nazi Periods: Two Suggestions  1 (1989) 63
Shuler, P. L., Philo's Moses and Matthew's Jesus: A Comparative Study in Ancient Literature  2 (1990) 86-103
Siegert, F., The Philonian Fragment De Deo. First English Translation 10 (1998) 1-33
Srigley, R, Albert Camus on Philo and Gnosticism  7 (1995) 103-107
Sterling, G. E., Creatio Temporalis, Aeterna, vel Continua ? an analysis of the thought of Philo of Alexandria  4 (1992) 15-41
Sterling, G. E., Platonizing Moses: Philo and Middle Platonism  5 (1993) 96-111
Sterling, G.E., 'Thus are Israel': Jewish Self-Definition in Alexandria  7 (1995) 1-18
Sterling, G.E., Announcement: Philo of Alexandria Commentary Series  7 (1995) 161-168
Sterling, G. E., Prepositional Metaphysics in Jewish WisdomSpeculation and Early Christological Hymns  9 (1997) 219-238
Sterling, G. E., Recherché or Representative? What is the Relationship between Philo's Treatises and Greek-speaking Judaism? 11 (1999) 1-30
Sterling, G. E.., The Path to Wisdom: a Portrait of David Winston  9 (1997) xi-xvi
Stoneman, R., Jewish Traditions on Alexander the Great  6 (1994) 36-53
Strickert, F., Philo on the Cherubim  8 (1996) 40-57
Szesnat, H., 'Pretty Boys' in Philo's De Vita Contemplativa 10 (1998) 87-107
Terian, A, Inspiration and Originality: Philo's Distinctive Exclamations  7 (1995) 56-84
Terian, A., Notes on the Transmission of the Philonic Corpus  6 (1994) 91-95
Terian, A., Strange Interpolations in the Text of Philo: the Case of Quaestiones in Exodum  3 (1991) 320-327
Terian, A., Back to Creation: The Beginning of Philo's Third Grand Commentary  9 (1997) 19-36
Tobin S.J, T. H., Romans 10:4: Christ the Goal of the Law  3 (1991) 272-280
Tobin S.J, T. H., Was Philo a Middle Platonist? Some suggestions  5 (1993) 147-150
Tobin, T. H., Philo and the Sibyl: Interpreting Philo's Eschatology  9 (1997) 84-103
Tobin, T. H., The Beginning of Philo's Legum Allegoriae 12 (2000) 29-43
Wan, S.K., Charismatic Exegesis: Philo and Paul Compared  6 (1994) 54-82
Weiss, H. D., A Schema of 'the Road' in Philo and Lucan  1 (1989) 43-57
Weiss, H. D., Philo on the Sabbath  3 (1991) 83-105
Weiss, H., The Sabbath in the Pauline Corpus  9 (1997) 287-315
Whittaker, J., The Terminology of the Rational Soul in the Writings of Philo of Alexandria  8 (1996) 1-20
Wilken, R. L., Philo in the Fourth Century  6 (1994) 100-102
Wilson, R. McL., Philo and Gnosticism  5 (1993) 84-92
Winston, D, Philo and the Hellenistic Jewish Encounter  7 (1995) 124-142
Winston, D., Aristobulus: From Walter to Holladay  8 (1996) 155-166
Winston, D., Aspects of Philo's Linguistic Theory  3 (1991) 109-125
Winston, D., Judaism and Hellenism: Hidden Tensions in Philo's Thought  2 (1990) 1-19
Winston, D., Philo's Mysticism  8 (1996) 74-82
Winston, D., Philo's Nachleben in Judaism  6 (1994) 103-110
Winston, D., Response to Runia and Sterling  5 (1993) 141-146
Wolfson, E. R., Traces of Philonic Doctrine in Medieval Jewish Mysticism: A Preliminary Note  8 (1996) 99-106
Wong, C. K., Philo's Use of Chaldaioi  4 (1992) 1-14
Zeller, D., Notiz zu den "immerfließenden Quellen der göttlichen Wohltaten"  5 (1993) 93-94
Zeller, D., The Life and Death of the Soul in Philo of Alexandria. The Use and Origin of a Metaphor  7 (1995) 19-55



2. Bibliographies

Runia, D. T., R. Radice, D. Satran, A Bibliography of Philonic Studies 1981-1986  1 (1989) 95-123
Runia, D. T., R. Radice, D. Satran, Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 1986-87  2 (1990) 141-175
Runia, D. T., R. Radice, P. Cathey, Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 1987-88  3 (1991) 347-374
Runia, D. T., R. Radice, D. Satran, Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 1988-89  4 (1992) 97-124
Runia, D. T. and R. Radice, Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 1990  5 (1993) 180-208
Runia, D. T., R. M. van den Berg, R. Radice, K.-G. Sandelin, and D. Satran, Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 1991  6 (1994) 122-159
Runia, D. T., R. M. van den Berg, J. P. Martín, R. Radice,K.-G. Sandelin, Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 1992  7 (1995) 186-222
Runia, D. T., A. C. Geljon, J. P. Martín, R. Radice, K.-G. Sandelin, D. Satran, D. Zeller, Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 1993  8 (1996) 122-154
D. T. Runia, A. C. Geljon, J. P. Martín, R. Radice, J. Riaud, K.-G. Sandelin, D. Satran, D. Zeller, Philo of Alexandria:an Annotated Bibliography 1994  9 (1997) 332-366
D. T. Runia, A. C. Geljon, J. P. Martín, R. Radice, K.-G. Sandelin, D. Satran, D. Zeller, Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 1995 10 (1998) 135-175
D. T. Runia, A. C. Geljon, J. P. Martín, R. Radice, J. Riaud, K.-G. Sandelin, D. Satran, D. Zeller, Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 1996 11 (1999) 121-160
D. T. Runia, A. C. Geljon, H. M. Keizer, J. P. Martín, R. Radice, J. Riaud, K.-G. Sandelin, D. Satran, D. Zeller, Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 1997 12 (2000) 148-191



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