The Testimonium Flavianum.

Josephus on Jesus.

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Text.
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Translation.

Abbreviation. Reference.
Josephus:  Antiquities of the Jews 18.3.3 §63-64 (century I), textus receptus.
Origen1 On Matthew 10.17 (century III).
Origen2 Against Celsus 1.47 (century III).
Eusebius1 History of the Church 1.11.7b-8 (century IV).
Eusebius2 Demonstration of the Gospel 3.5.105-106 (century IV).
Eusebius3 Theophany 5.44 (century IV).
Gregory (pseudo-Gregory):  On the Cognition of God (allegedly century IV, but actually century IX).
Ambrose:  On the Downfall of Jerusalem 2.12 (century IV), pseudonymous.
Jerome1 On Famous Men 13 (century V).
Jerome2 Greek translation of On Famous Men 13.
Rufinus:  Latin translation of History of the Church 1.11.7b-8 (century V).
Isidore:  Book 4, epistle 225 (century V), Pelusiota.
Sozomen:  History of the Church 1.1.5 (century V).
Anonymous:  Against the Jews 10 (century V or VI).
Dialogue:  Religious Dialogue at the Sassanid Court (century V or VI).
Oecumenius:  Commentary on the Apocalypse 88 (century VI).
Monachus1 Chronicon (century IX), George.
Monachus1 Chronicon Breve (century IX), George.
Malalas:  Chronography 10 (century IX), John.
Haimo:  Epitome of Sacred History 1.13 (century IX).
Agapius:  History of the World (century X); Pines, pages 9-10.
Suda:  Lexicon iota 503 (century X).
Constantine:  On Virtues and Vices 1.84 (century X), VII Porphyrogenitus.
Symeon:  Chronicon 59 (century X), Logothetes.
Cedrenus:  Compendium of History (century XI), George.
Zonoras:  Epitome of History (century XI or XII), John.
Michael:  Chronicle (century XII), the Syrian; Pines, page 26.
Glycas:  Annals (century XII), Michael.
Comestor:  Scholastic History (century XII), Peter.
Salisbury:  Polycraticus 2.9 (century XII), John.

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Josephus on Jesus.