Philo of Alexandria - Commentary Series
In 1995 members of the Philo of Alexandria Seminar decided to initiate a series of commentaries in English on major treatises of Philo.
The name of the series is Philo of Alexandria Commentary Series (PACS).
- General Editor: Gregory E. Sterling (Yale University)
- Associate Editor: David T. Runia (University of Melbourne)
- Harold W. Attridge (Yale University)
- Ellen Birnbaum (Independent Scholar)
- John Dillon (Trinity College Dublin, emeritus)
- Annewies van den Hoek (Harvard University)
- Thomas Tobin, S.J. (Loyala University, Chicago)
- David Winston (GTU, Berkeley, emeritus)
David T. Runia, Philo of Alexandria On the Creation of the Cosmos according to Moses: Translation and Commentary. Philo of Alexandria Commentary Series 1. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2001; paperback ed. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003.
van der Horst, Pieter. Philo’s Flaccus, The First Pogram: Introduction, Translation, and Commentary. Philo of Alexandria Commentary Series 2. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2003; paperback ed. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005.
Wilson, Walter T. Philo of Alexandria, On Virtues: Introduction, Translation, and Commentary. Philo of Alexandria Commentary Series 3. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2011; paperback ed. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2013.
Albert C. Geljon and David T. Runia, Philo of Alexandria On Cultivation: Introduction, Translation, and Commentary. Philo of Alexandria Commentary Series 4. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2013.
Volumes in Preparation
The Allegorical Commentary
|Legum allegoriae||Thomas Tobin S.J.|
|De cherubim||Annewies van den Hoek|
|Quod deterius||Adam Kamesar|
|De posteritate||David T. Runia|
|De plantatione||Albert Geljon and David T. Runia|
|De confusione||Ronald Cox|
|De migratione Abrahami||David Satran|
|De mutatione nominum||Michael Cover|
The Exposition of the Law
|De vita Moysis||Gregory E. Sterling|
|De Abrahamo||John Dillon and Ellen Birnbaum|
|De decalogo||Sarah Pearce|
|De specialibus legibus||Sarah Pearce|
|De vita contemplativa||Joan Taylor and David Hay|
|Hypothetica||Gregory E. Sterling|