|Author||Flavius Josephus||Ἰώσηπος Ματθίου|
|Date||c. AD 97|
|Manuscripts||To be added|
Josephus’s Against Apion (c. 97 AD) is a rebuttal to certain anti-Semitic writers, the grammarian Apion being prominent among them. The title is misleading, however, for the name Apion makes its first appearance only in the second book.
Whiston translation — The classic translation of William Whiston, first published in The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus, the Jewish Historian (trans. William Whiston, 1737).