Marcus, Ralph

(1900-56)
   American scholar of Hellenistic Judaism. He was born in San Francisco. He taught at Columbia University and at the University of Chicago. He edited, translated and annotated four volumes of the works of Josephus and two of those of Philo in the Loeb Classical Library series.

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