Josephus Flavius - Research Article from Encyclopedia of Religion

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The standard text and translation of Josephus's complete works is that of the "Loeb Classical Library," edited by Henry St. John Thackeray, Ralph Marcus, Allen Wikgren, and Louis H. Feldman in ten volumes (Cambridge, Mass., 1926–1965). A classic introduction is Josephus: The Man and the Historian by Henry St. John Thackeray (New York, 1929), republished with a new introduction (New York, 1967); and a fine, more recent overview is Tessa Rajak's Josephus: The Historian and His Society (London, 1983). The most complete annotated bibliography is Louis H. Feldman's Josephus and Modern Scholarship, 1937–1980 (Hawthorne, N.Y., 1984).

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