Dr Daniel King
Telephone:+44 (0)29 208 79313
Location:John Percival Building Room 5.13
• The translation of ancient classical and religious texts, especially Bible Translation in Antiquity
• The literary and social culture of the Near East in Late Antiquity as the background for the study of Greek and Syriac texts.
• The reception of Greek philosophical and scientific culture, especially the reception and transformation in Late Antiquity of the commentary genre and the translation of technical philosophical and theological language.
• Biblical Exegesis in Greek and Syriac
- The Earliest Translation of Aristotle's Categories in Syriac. Text, Translation, and Commentary. Brill: Leiden, 2010.
- The Syriac Versions of the Writings of Cyril of Alexandria. A Study in Translation Technique. Peeters: Leuven, 2008.
- ‘Origenism in Sixth Century Syria. The Case of a Syriac Manuscript of Pagan Philosophy’
- ‘Alexander of Aphrodisias’ On the Principles of the Universe in its Syriac Adaptation’
- A Christian Qur’an? An Assessment of Christoph Luxenberg’s Theory on the Origins of the Qur’an
- Religion in Late Antiquity
- Classical Hebrew
- Hebrew Texts
- History and Religion of Ancient Israel
- Ancient, Mediaeval, and Modern Judaism
- Classical and New Testament Greek
- Gospel of Matthew in Greek