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This front matter section of the book Philo in Early Christian Literature: A Survey presents the table of contents, list of illustrations, preface and a list of abbreviations. The book talks about the legend of Philo Christianus, the fate of his writings, and the aspects of Philonic thought. It provides a brief sketch of the general development of scholarly research. Further Philo's reception in Greek-speaking authors is examined, beginning with the New Testament, the Apostolic Fathers and the Apologists, then moving on to Alexandria, and from there to Palestine, Asia Minor and Byzantium.

Keywords: Apostolic fathers; Greek-speaking authors; Philo Christianus



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