This retells, with deletions, summaries, expansions and additions, the biblical story from Adam to the death of Saul. It is extant only in a Latin version, usually considered a translation from a Greek version of the Hebrew original. See Guido Kisch, Pseudo-Philo’s Liber Antiquitatum Biblicarum. Publications in Medieval Studies X (Notre Dame, Ind.: Notre Dame University, 1949). I cite from Montague Rhodes James, Biblical Antiquities of Philo (London: SPCK, 1917). For general background see George W. E. Nickelsburg, “The Bible Rewritten and Expanded,” in Jewish Writings of the Second Temple Period, pp. 89–156 (esp. pp. 107–110, 153).