Footnotes to References to Philo

[1]: References below on p. 112.

[2]: C. Siegfried, Philo von Alexandria als Ausleger des alten Testaments (Jena 1875); F. C. Conybeare, Philo about the Contemplative Life (Oxford 1895, repr. New York 1987); H. L. Goodhart and E. R. Goodenough, `A General Bibliography of Philo Judaeus', in Goodenough, E. R., The Politics of Philo Judaeus: Practice and Theory(New Haven 1938; repr. Hildesheim 1967).

[3]: Philo in Early Christian Literature: a Survey, CRINT III 3 (Assen-Minneapolis 1993) 348-356. See further the special section above pp. 90-110.

[4]: Esp. the TLG Canon (edd. L. Berkowitz and K. A. Squitier), and for Patristic sources CPG and CPL; see further also in general the study cited in the previous note.

[5]: The reception of Philo in these traditions has not yet been thoroughly investigated. I have included all the references to Philo in the Syriac tradition which I know, relying here on the assistance of my colleague L. van Rompay. The references to the Armenian tradition are given exempli gratia. In both cases the cut-off point of 1000 ad does not make very good sense.

[6]: On this mistaken reference see further above p. 3.

[7]: Line number on page, not of chapter.

[8]: I have not included the references to Philo in the summaries preceding the books of HE and PE, except the significant remark at the end of the summary of HE book 2.

[9]: The summary was probably added by a later hand, as noted by Jaeger in his edition.

[10]: The list of anonymous references in Ambrose is necessarily incomplete.

[11]: Other anonymous criticisms of Philonic etymologies at Siegfried op. cit.

[12]: In the apparatus to Mos. C-W also cite extracts from the Catena in Numeros and the Catena in Psalmos.

[13]: This rather inaccessible text is printed at Runia op. cit. (n. 3) 269-270.

[14]: Further references to Philo in the Armenian tradition are not recorded in our list.

[15]: Other Byzantine references printed by Mangey and Cohn and also two intriguing Jewish texts in Mangey are later than 1000 ad.