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Manuscript submitted

A little more than a week ago I submitted to the publisher a manuscript for a book: How and why study Philo: A Handbook to Philo of Alexandria.
I am the editor, and the author of three contributions. In addition there are 8 other contributions by just as many authors, all of them well known experts in Philo studies.
The book is designed to be a handbook for MA and especially PhD students who want to include Philo in their projects.
The contributions look very promising, and I look forward to the published product.
Hopefully the book will be out at SBL Annual Meeting coming November.