Definition of Philo Judaeus in English:

Philo Judaeus

Line breaks: Philo Ju|daeus
Pronunciation: /ˌfʌɪləʊ dʒuːˈdiːəs
 
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( Circa 15 bc-circa 50 ad), Jewish philosopher of Alexandria. He is particularly known for his commentaries on the Pentateuch (written in Greek), which he interpreted allegorically in the light of Platonic and Aristotelian philosophy.

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