PHILO

PHILO
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PHILO
Iudaeus, Alexandriae natus, disciplinisque omnibus eruditus, in nostra et Graecorum philosophia bene versatus, eloquentiae Platonis adeo aemulator, ut proverbium fuerit: Aut Plato Philonizat, aut Philo Platonizat. In divinis autem legibus et patriis institutis, quantus fuerit, ex his quae nobis librorum suorum tradidit monimentis, palam est, saeculô 1. Temporibus Caii Caesaris, quanta acciderent Iudaeis mala, descripsit, ubi et suam legationem pro Iudaeis apud ipsum Imperatorem retulit. Sub Claudio, iterum Romam profectus, cum Christianis ibi contulisse, inque horum gratiam tam benigne de S. Marci discipulis, quos Alexandriae habebat, sensisse creditur. Opera eius ultimo Parisus prodierunt, A. C. 1640. cum versione Sigismundi Gelenii, etc. Dividuntur in 3. partes: quarum 1. Cosmopoetica, 2. Historica, 3. Iuridica, seu Legalia continet. Vide plura de eo apud. Ioseph. Iud. Antiq. l. 18. c. 10. Clem. l. 1. Strom. Euseb. Hist. l. 2. c. 18. l. 7. Praep. Euang. et in Chron. An. Chr. 34. 37. 39. Hieron. in Catal. Prol. in Marc. etc. Phot. Cod. 103. 104. 105. Epiphan. Augustin. Oros. Rufinum, Isidorum, Theodoret. Suidam, Neceph. Trithem. Petavium, et Voss. de Hist. Graec. p. 191.
II.
PHILO
Oniae temporibus, librum Sapientiae, Salomoni tributum, condidit, de quo vide Voss. de Idolol. l. c. 11. uti de Philone auctore libri de Antiqq. Iudaic. supposititio c. 30.
III.
PHILO
is fuit, qui ex Proserpina filia. quam in balneis conspexerat, sustulisse creditur Mercurium. quem cum vellet exponere, consuluit mathematicum quendam, a quo hoc accepit responsum, puerum futurum maximum rerum divinarum interpretem: quô nomine eum servavit ac diligenter educavit. Hîc Mercurius Hermes Trimegistus vulgo vocatur.
IV.
PHILO
scriptor Erat osthene antiquior, literis prodidit navigationem in Aethiopiam, Strab. l. 2. Non dubium autem, quin Antigonus Carystius hunc ipsum Philonem signet Histor. Mirab.
c. 160. At non aeque apertum est, diemne, an alius Philo signetur a Iosepho l. 2. contra Appionem: saltem Philo Biblius esse nequit, qui Iosephô iunior fuit. Fuit et Philo Thebanus, quô Plutarchus teste utitur, in Alexandro. Item Philo Metapontinus, tibicen et Poeta. Stephanus in Μεταπόντιον. Vitruvius alterius cuiusdam meminit, in Praefat. l. 7. Item Philo, qui librum scripsit de armamentario Athenis a se exstructo, opere plane admirando, quod a Sylla fuisse incensum Plut. testatur, in Sylla. et Appian. de bello Mitthridatico. Idem forte Philo est, qui de machinis scripsit, Tzetzae memoratus Chil. 2. Hist. 35. Fuit etiam Philo Heracleota, cuius de rebus mirabilibus librum citavit, Porphyrius l. περὶ Στυγὸς; atque inde fortasse sunt miranda illa, quae de Galli Gallinacei, graculi, et apum amore erga hominem ex Philone prodit Aelian. l. 12. c. 37. Fuit praeterea Philo Philosophus, cuius historiam Ecclesiasticam, in Annalibus suis, laudat Michael Glycas, Constantin. Porphyrog. de Them. Occ. c. 9. Voss. de Histor. Graec. l. 2. 3. 4. Leo Allat. de Philonibus. Alius praeterea est Philo Byzantius, qui de 7. orbis miraculis scripsit, quem debemus Viro Cl. Leoni Allatio, qui eundem edidit, scholiisque doctis illustravit Romae. A. C. 1640. Nic. Lloydius.
V.
PHILO
statuarius, Hephaestionem expressit, Tatianus.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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