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The section devoted to origins is divided into geographical and familial origins, the division taught by all the theorists and reflected in most of the bioi surveyed. In this section, Josephus identifies and praises his ancestors/relatives (1–6) and his father (7), and thereafter his home city (8a) (cf. the theorists’ subdivisions of origins). Similarly the section on nurture and train43 On Philo’s training in composition and rhetoric, see B. L. Mack, ‘Decoding the Scripture’, 81–115; cf. T. M.

Ps. Hermogenes’ instruction, ‘You will examine also events after death: if they held games in his honor, as for Patroclus; if there was an oracle about his bones, as with Orestes; if he had famous children, as did Neoptolemus’ (16–17). 42 Aphthonius provides four examples: (1) ‘Many other things could be said about Thucydides, if the mass of his praises did not fall short of telling everything’ (from ‘An Encomion of Thucydides’); (2) ‘Many other things could be listed about wisdom, but it is impracticable to go into them all’ (from ‘An Encomion of Wisdom’; (3) ‘When Philip was alive he know not when to stop, but the one who is describing him must stop somewhere’ (from ‘An Invective against Philip’); and (4) ‘There are many other things that could be said about the virtue of both, if it were not that both had nearly equal fame from their deeds’ (from ‘A Comparison of Achilles and Hector’).

These and other parallels are best explained not as the result of direct, anti-Christian borrowing from the Gospels by Philostratus, as some Christian apologists in the past have argued,37 but rather, as stock treatments of biographical topics in the ancient Mediterranean world. 38 Philo’s own summations of material at various points in the narrative explicitly cite some of these topics as headings for major sections of the biography. For example, in the introduction to the second volume, Philo states: The first volume of this treatise dealt with the birth and nurture of Moses; also with his education and career as a ruler, in which capacity his conduct was not merely blameless but highly praiseworthy; also with the works which he performed .

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