By David T. Runia,Gregory E. Sterling
Celebrate the contributions of David T. Runia
The Studia Philonica Annual is a scholarly magazine dedicated to the examine of Hellenistic Judaism, relatively the writings and considered the Hellenistic-Jewish author Philo of Alexandria. greater than fifteen students from all over the world supply contributions to this certain variation of the yearly in honor of Professor David T. Runia at the celebration of his sixty fifth birthday and retirement from his put up as grasp of Queens collage, collage of Melbourne. Professor Runia is the world over well-known as one of many world's most popular specialists on Philo of Alexandria. As founder of The Studia Philonica Annual, he has been editor or coeditor for twenty-seven years. He initiated a Philo Bibliography undertaking sooner than the once a year and included the bibliography into the yearly from the outset. It serves because the basic bibliography for Philonic reviews worldwide.
David T. Runia is the grasp of Queen's university on the college of Melbourne, Australia.
Gregory E. Sterling is The Reverend Henry L. Slack Dean and Lillian Claus Professor of recent testomony at Yale Divinity college in New Haven, Connecticut.
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