This is a supplement to Dr. Koenig's 2016 Research Project Instructions. It is keyed to the numbered sections of that document. Should you want to branch out beyond the parameters of the assignment (e.g. beyond the texts in "reception history" actually assigned), see Mr. Perisho for help.
The biblical texts on the syllabus are, in biblical order, the following:
The fifth column in the PDF document way below, the column labelled Josephus, should help you locate parallels in his Antiquities. Note that it lists (vertically) three different kinds of indices.
and then select the texts and versions you wish to search:
Note that the Greek text, too, can be searched. Use a website like Type Greek.com to construct the Greek, and then copy and paste, selecting Strip diacritical marks if you didn't include those. (The standard Complete concordance to Flavius Josephus is at REF PA4224 .R4 2002.)
Dr. Koenig has placed the following volumes in the Judaica Press series Miqrāʼôt gĕdôlôt | Mikraoth Gedoloth on Reserve:
The following remain in the General Collection:
The relevant volumes of the Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture are located in the Reference collection of the Library at REF BS1151.2 .A53, and are vols.
Copies of a few of these may also be available for checkout in the General Collection.
The following vols. in the parallel series entitled Reformation Commentary on Scripture (REF BS491.3 .R44) are also available:
The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments: the text printed from the most correct copies of the present authorized translation including the marginal readings and parallel texts with a commentary and critical notes designed as a help to a better understanding of the sacred writings (New York: N. Bangs and J. Emory, 1823-1826 [London: 1810-1824]).
See Mr. Perisho for help with this exceptionally broad category.
Search the Advanced Search area of the SPU discovery system as follows: commentaries in subject AND [biblical book] (e.g. "Samuel, 1st") in subject. Add also keywords from one of the commentary series specified by Dr. Koenig, as in the third search box ("anchor bible" in Any), if you like. Change the Search Scope to SPU Library + Summmit and Sign in to see any requestable commentaries not held by SPU: