The Works of Philo
The Works of Philo Judaeus
The contemporary of Josephus, translated from the Greek
By Charles Duke Yonge
London, H. G. Bohn, 1854-1890.
- On the Creation
- Allegorical Interpretation, I
- Allegorical Interpretation, II
- Allegorical Interpretation, III
- On the Cherubim
- On the Birth of Abel and the Sacrifices Offered by Him and by His Brother Cain
- That the Worse is Wont to Attack the Better
- On the Posterity of Cain and His Exile
- On the Giants
- On the Unchangableness of God
- On Husbandry
- Concerning Noah's Work as a Planter
- On Drunkenness
- On the Prayers and Curses Uttered by Noah When He Became Sober
- On the Confusion of Tongues
- On the Migration of Abraham
- Who is the Heir of Divine Things?
- On Mating with the Preliminary Studies
- On Flight and Finding
- On the Change of Names
- On Dreams, That They are God-Sent
- On Abraham
- On Joseph
- On the Life of Moses, I
- On the Life of Moses, II
- The Decalogue
- The Special Laws, I
- The Special Laws, II
- The Special Laws, III
- The Special Laws, IV
- On the Virtues
- On Rewards and Punishments
- Every Good Man is Free
- On the Contemplative Life or Suppliants
- On the Eternity of the World
- Hypothetica: Apology for the Jews
- On Providence: Fragment I
- On Providence: Fragment II
- On the Embassy to Gaius: The First Part of the Treatise on Virtues
- Questions and Answers on Genesis, I
- Questions and Answers on Genesis, II
- Questions and Answers on Genesis, III
- Appendix 1: Concerning the World
- Appendix 2: Fragments
This work has been transcribed by anonymous from the 1993 reprint, but it remains the translation of C. D. Yonge, which is public domain.
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