Biblical Bibliographies
Charles Conroy [www.cjconroy.net]



Daniel: History of Interpretation and Reception (pre-1800)
Texts and Studies



[see also:  Commentaries on the whole Bible (pre-1800) and Extra-biblical Daniel-related texts]



The bibliography is divided into two parts and twelve sections as follows:

A.   Texts

B.   Studies


A.   Texts

I.    Jewish interpretation of the book of Daniel

1.   Commentaries

Saadia Gaon / Saʿadia ben Joseph (882 – 942)
Alobaidi, J., The Book of Daniel. The Commentary of R. Saadia Gaon: Edition and Translation (La Bible dans l'histoire / Bible in history, 6; Bern: Peter Lang, 2006). [Title of Saadia's work (in Judeo-Arabic): Kitāb al-mamālik wa-al-malāḥim. Besides the biblical text, Alobaidi's work contains the text of Saadia's commentary in Judeo-Arabic with English translation, together with Alobaidi's commentary in English.]

Yefet ibn Ali (10th cent.: Karaite)
Margoliouth, D. S. (ed. and trans.), A Commentary on the Book of Daniel by Yefet ibn Ali the Karaite (Anecdota Oxoniensia, Semitic Series, Vol. 1, Part 3; Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1889).

Yalkut Shimoni (probably 13th cent.)
Börner-Klein, D. (ed.), Jalkut Schimoni zu Daniel, Esra, Nehemia, Chroniken. Übersetzt von Beat Zuber (Rabbinische Bibelauslegung im Mittelalter; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2021). [On Daniel: see the Einleitung pp. 1-19 and Kap. 2: Jalkut Schimoni Daniel: 57-108.]

Abrabanel, Don Isaac (1437 – 1508)
ספר מעיני הישועה: פרוש על ספר דניאל (Stettin: Druck von R. Grassmann & E. Schrentzel, 1860). [the commentary was written ca. 1495; available for online reading from the National Library of Israel; the work can also be read and downloaded freely here]

2.   Miqraʾot gedolot and related works

Cohen, M. (ed.), מקראות גדולות הכתר ... דניאל עזרא-נחמיה / Mikraʾot Gedolot 'Haketer' – Daniel; Ezra-Nehemiah. A Revised and Augmented Scientific Edition (Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, 2019). [free online edition here].

Rosenberg, A. J., The Books of Daniel, Ezra, Nehemiah. A New English Translation of the Text, Rashi, and a Commentary Digest (New York: Judaica Press, 1991).

3.   Other Rabbinic anthologies

Davis, M. (ed.), Kesuvim / The Writings – with a Commentary Anthologized from the Rabbinic Writings: Daniel / Ezra / Nehemiah. Based on the work of Rabbi Hersh Goldwurm Roberts and Rabbi Yosef Rabinowitz, edited and augmented by Rabbi Menachem Davis (Brooklyn, NY: ArtScroll Mesorah Publications, 2016). [see next item for Goldwurm's work]

Goldwurm, H., Daniel: A New Translation with a Commentary Anthologized from Talmudic, Midrashic, and Rabbinic sources. With an Introduction by Rabbi Nosson Scherman (ArtScroll Tanach Series; Brooklyn, NY: ArtScroll Mesorah Publications, 1979) [2nd ed., rev. and corrected, 1980]. French version: Daniel: traduction et commentaires fondés sur les sources talmudiques, midrachiques et rabbiniques. Trad. et compilation des commentaires par le rabbin Hersh Goldwurm; introduction par le rabbin Nosson Scherman. Trad. originale du texte biblique d'après la Bible du Rabbinat français, trad. du comment. et introd. par le rabbin Jean-Jacques Gugenheim (Bible commentée; Paris: Éd. du Sceptre, 2001).

II.    Christian commentaries from the Patristic period (up to ca. 750)

1.   Anthology

Stevenson, K. – M. Glerup (eds.), Ezekiel, Daniel. With introduction to Daniel by C. T. McCollough (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture. Old Testament, 13; Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2008) [for McCollough's introduction to Daniel see 149-154]; = Ezechiele, Daniele. Edizione italiana a cura di I. Maggiulli; introduzione generale di A. Di Bernardino (La Bibbia commentata dai Padri. Antico Testamento, 12; Roma: Città Nuova, 2010).

2.   Commentators

Hippolytus (birth-date unknown; died ca. 235)
"Scholia in Danielem", PG 10 (1857 ed.) 669-688; "In Susannam et fragmenta alia", ibid. 689-700.
Critical editions:
Bonwetsch, G. N. (ed.), Hippolytus. Erster Band: Exegetische und homiletische Schriften. Erste Hälfte: Hippolyt's Kommentar zum Buche Daniel und die Fragmente des Kommentars zum Hohenliede (GCS 1,1; Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1897) I-XX, XXIV-XXVII, and 1-340 [the page numbers refer to the material on Daniel]
Bonwetsch, G. N. – M. Richard (eds.), Hippolyt Werke. Erster Band, erster Teil: Kommentar zu Daniel. Herausgegeben von Georg Nathanael Bonwetsch. Zweite, vollständig veränderte Auflage von Marcel Richard (GCS N.F. 7; Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2000).
For an online version of the Bonwetsch & Richard edition (Greek text only, without the critical apparatus) together with a German translation, see the Patristic Text Archive here and here.
Other translations (in chronological order):
Bardy, G. – M. Lefèvre, Hippolyte. Commentaire sur Daniel. Introduction de Gustave Bardy. Texte établi et traduit par Maurice Lefèvre (Sources Chrétiennes, 14; Paris: Cerf, 1947).
Schmidt, T. C., Hippolytus of Rome: Commentary on Daniel and 'Chronicon'. With contributions by Nick Nicholas (Gorgias Studies in Early Christianity and Patristics, 67; Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2017). [Nicholas was the co-translator for the 'Chronicon']

Ephrem the Syrian (ca. 306 – 373)
"S. Patris Nostri Ephraem Syri In Danielem Prophetam Explanatio", in Sancti patris nostri Ephraem Syri opera omnia quae extant graece, syriace, et latine; in sex tomos distributa. Ad MSS. Codices Vaticanos, aliosque castigata, multis aucta, interpretatione, praefationibus, notis, variantibus lectionibus illustrata. Nunc primum sub Auspiciis Benedicti XIV, Pontificis Maximi, e Bibliotheca Vaticana prodeunt. Syriacum textum recensuit Petrus Benedictus Societatis Jesu, notis vocalibus animavit, latine vertit, & Variorum scholiis locupletavit. Tomus Secundus, Syriace et Latine (Romae: ex Typographia Vaticana apud Jo. Mariam Henricum Salvioni, 1740) 203-233. [This Tomus Secundus of the Syriac-Latin part is sometimes listed as vol. 5 of the whole six-volume set]
The authorship of this short Daniel commentary is not certain. It comes from the Catena of Severus (dated to 861). On the authenticity question see the articles of P. J. Botha in the "Studies" section below.

John Chrysostom (344/54 – 407) [in fact Pseudo-Chrysostom]
ΕΡΜΗΝΕΙΑ ΕΙΣ ΤΟΝ ΔΑΝΙΗΛ ΠΡΟΦΗΤΗΝ "Interpretatio in Danielem prophetam", PG 56 (1859 ed.) 193-246. [Listed there among the works of John Chrysostom, but now agreed to be spurious; Migne 191-192 has a "Monitum ad commentarium, seu interpretationem in Danielem", which mentions the problem too.]
Aldema, J. A. de, Repertorium pseudochrysostomicum (Documents, études et répertoires publiés par l'Institut de Recherche et d'Histoire des Textes, 10; Paris: Éditions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1965) 203-204 (# 545) [online here]: favours the position of O. Bardenhewer, Geschichte der altkirchlichen Literatur, Dritter Band. Zweite, unveränderte Auflage mit Nachträgen (Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 1923) 337, that PG 56, 193-246 is a collection of scholia taken from various Catenae ("eine Sammlung von Katenenscholien"); in that case, the authenticity of each scholion would have to be proved individually.

Jerome (ca. 347 – 419/420)
"Commentariorum in Danielem Prophetam ad Pammachium et Marcellam liber unus", PL 25 (1845 ed.) 491-584.
Critical edition:
S. Hieronymi presbyteri opera. Pars I: Opera exegetica, 5: Commentariorum in Danielem libri III (IV), cura et studio Francisci Glorie (CCSL 75A; Turnholti: Brepols, 1964). [the doubt about a 4th book, which contains "De Antichristo in Danielem" and comments on Dan 11,21-12,13, to which is added Origen's commentary on Susanna and Bel (Dan-Greek 13-14), has to do with the possible existence of this section as a separate entity.]
Translations:
Archer, G. L., Jerome's Commentary on Daniel (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, 1958). [translation of the PL text; this translation is now available online here]
Courtray, R. (ed.), Jérôme, Commentaire sur Daniel: introduction, texte, traduction, notes et index (Sources chrétiennes, 602; Paris: Cerf, 2019).

Polychronius (brother of Theodore of Mopsuestia; died ca. 430)
His Dan comm. (Clavis Patrum Graecorum #3878) is partly preserved in a Catena; see below s.v. John Drungarios]

Theodoret of Cyrus [Cyrrhus] (ca. 393 – ca. 460)
ΤΟΥ ΜΑΚΑΡΙΟΥ ΘΕΟΔΩΡΗΤΟΥ ΕΠΙΣΚΟΠΟΥ ΚΥΡΟΥ ΥΠΟΜΝΗΜΑ ΕΙΣ ΤΑΣ ΟΡΑΣΕΙΣ ΤΟΥ ΠΡΟΦΗΤΟΥ ΔΑΝΙΗΛ: "Commentarius in visiones Danielis prophetae", PG 81 (ed. 1859) 1255-1546.
Translations:
Teodoreto di Cirro, Commento a Daniele. Introduzione, traduzione e note. A cura di Daniela Borrelli (Collana di testi patristici, 188; Roma: Città Nuova, 2006).
Theodoret of Cyrus, Commentary on Daniel. Translated with an introduction and notes by Robert C. Hill (SBL Writings from the Greco-Roman World, 7; Atlanta, GA : Society of Biblical Literature, 2006). Hardback edition (same series) Leiden: Brill, 2006.
For a new critical edition by Philip Schmitz (work in progress) see the Patristic Text Archive here]

John Drungarios (second half of the 7th cent. or 8th cent.)
For his Daniel catena see Mai, A., Scriptorum veterum nova collectio e Vaticanis codibus. Tomus I (Romae: in Collegio Urbano apud Burliaeum, 1825):
From the "Editoris prolegomena": "De Polychronio Apamensi" (xxx-xxxii), and "De catena Patrum in Danielem prophetam" (xxxiii-xxxvi).
Texts:
[Polychronius] "Ex Polychronii, qui fuit Theodori Mopsuesteni frater, commentariis in Danielem": Pars II [with separate pagination], 105-160. [Greek text and Latin version] [Mai extracted this commentary from a Catena, see next item.]
[Catena] "In Danielem Commentarii Ammonii praesbyteri, Anonymi, Apolinarii, Athanasii, Basilii, Cyrilli, Eudoxii philosophi, Eusebii caesariensis, Haesychii praesbyteri, Hippolyti, Origenis, Severi, Titi, Victoris": Pars II, 161-221.

III.    Christian commentaries between ca. 750 and 1499

Petrus Archidiaconus / Peter of Pisa [fl. late 8th cent., exact years unknown]
"Quaestiones in Danielem prophetam a Petro archidiacono enodatae", PL 96 (ed. 1862) 1347-1362.

Ishoʿdad of Merv (fl. ca. 850)
Eynde, C. van den, Commentaire d'Ishoʿdad de Merv sur l'Ancien Testament, V/1: Jérémie, Ézéchiel, Daniel [Text] (CSCO 328 / CSCO–SS 146; Louvain: Peeters, 1972).
Eynde, C. van den, Commentaire d'Ishoʿdad de Merv sur l'Ancien Testament, V/2: Jérémie, Ezéchiel, Daniel [Translation] (CSCO 329 / CSCO–SS 147; Louvain: Secretariat du Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium, 1972).

Haymon of Auxerre / Haymon d'Auxerre / Haimo Autissiodorensis (fl. 840 – 860)
A critical edition of Haymon's Daniel commentary (Adnotatio brevis in Danielem) is being prepared by Sumi Shimahara for the series CCCM (to be included in vol. 135D of the series). See his 2008 article in the Studies section below.

Rupert of Deutz [Rupertus Tuitiensis] (ca. 1075/1080 – 1129)
"In Danielem prophetam commentariorum liber unus", in "Ruperti Abbatis Tuitiensis De Trinitate et operibus ejus libri XLII", PL 167 (ed. 1854), 1499-1536 [the last ten chapters (col. 1522-1536) go beyond Daniel to discuss the prophecies of Hag, Zech, and Mal]. This is Book 32 in the whole work.
Critical edition:
Haacke, H. (ed.), Ruperti Tuitiensis de Sancta Trinitate et operibus eius, III: Libri XXVII-XXXIII (CCCM 23; Turnhout: Brepols, 1972): the Dan commentary [book 32] is in CCCM 23: 1456-1822 (CCCM 21-24 have continuous pagination).

Andrew of St Victor (birth-date unknown; died 1175)
Zier, M. (ed.), Andreas a s. Victore. Opera VII: Expositio super Danielem (CCCM 53F; Turnhout: Brepols, 1990).

Albertus Magnus (Albert the Great), OP (ca. 1200 – 1280)
B. Alberti Magni Opera omnia, cura ac labore Augusti Borgnet. Vol. 18: Liber de muliere forti. Commentarii in Threnos Jeremiae, in Baruch et in Danielem (Paris: apud Ludovicum Vivès, 1893) 447-653 [on Daniel]. [can be downloaded here]
The Daniel commentary has not yet appeared in the new "Opera omnia", in course of publication (Münster: Aschendorff, 1951ff).

Johannis Michaelis OFM (fl. late 13th – early 14th cent.)
Johannis Michaelis (?), In Danielem expositio: full online text here. This commentary was erroneously attributed to Thomas Aquinas in several earlier editions of the latter's writings (no longer so in the authoritative Leonine Edition, followed by all present-day specialists, the majority of whom argue for Johannis Michaelis as author).

Dionysius Carthusianus / Cartusiensis [Denys / Denis the Carthusian] (ca.1402 – 1471)
For further information on his works see here.
Modern edition of his commentary on Daniel: Doctoris ecstatici D. Dionysii Cartusiani Opera omnia in unum corpus digesta; ad fidem editionum coloniensium cura et labore monachorum Ordinis Cartusiensis. Vol. 10: In Danielem, et XII Prophetas Minores (Monstrolii [Montreuil-sur-Mer]: Cartusia S. M. de Pratis, 1900), esp. 3-185.

IV.    Christian commentaries between ca. 1500 and 1799

1.   Anthology

Beckwith, C. L. (ed.), Ezekiel, Daniel (Reformation Commentary on Scripture, Old Testament, 12; Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2012).

2.   Catholic commentators [in order of dates of death]

Maldonado, Juan de, S.J. (1533 – 1583)
Ioannis Maldonati Andalusii Commentarij in Prophetas IIII : Ieremiam, Baruch, Ezechielem, & Danielem. Accessit expositio Psalmi CIX. & Epistola de collatione sedanensi cum calvinianis, eodem auctore (Parisiis: Sumptibus Claudij Morelli, 1610) [first published Lyon 1609, posthumously]. [849 pp + unnumbered index pages] [the Daniel commentary is on pp. 598-767]

Velde, Jacob van de (Augustinian Hermit: OESA) (died 1583)
Daniel propheta commentariis pro concione explicatus, auctore F. Jacobo Veldio (Antwerpen: typis Gerardi Smits, 1576). [the volume includes on pp. 520-536: Benedicti Ariae Montani Hispalensis Volumen de saeculis]
Commentaria et conciones in Danielem prophetam, cum chronologia ad intelligenda Jeremiae, Ezechielis et Danielis vaticinia et volumine de saeculis Ben. Ariae Montani... (Antverpiae: sumptibus Vae et haeredum J. Belleri, 1602). [a later edition of the 1576 work with a fuller title]

Pintus [Pinto], Hector (1528 – 1584)
F. Hectoris Pinti, Lusitani, Hieronymiani, In Divinum Vatem Danielem commentarii; In Prophetae Ieremiae Lamentationes comentarii; In Divinum Vatem Nahum comentarii (Conimbricae [Coimbra]: ex Officina Antonij à Mariz, 1579). [later editions appeared in Köln (1582 and 1583) and Antwerp (1595)]

Marcellino, Evangelista (1530 – 1593)
Lettioni sopra Daniele profeta del r.p.f. Vangelista Marcellino de Min. osseruanti. Fatte in Roma, in Araceli, l'anno MDLXXXV. Nuouamente poste in luce. Con vna predica del venerdi santo, fatta nell'arciuescouado di Napoli, l'anno MDLXXXVI (Venetia: appresso i Giunti, 1588).

Pererius [Pereira], Benedictus, S.J. (1536 – 1610)
Benedicti Pererii Valentini e Societate Iesu Commentariorum in Danielem prophetam libri sexdecim (Romae: in aedibus Populi Romani, apud Georgium Ferrarium, 1587).

Sanctius [Sánchez], Gaspar, S.J. (1554 – 1628)
Gasparis Sanctii Centvmpvteolani e Societate Iesu ... In Ezechielem & Danielem prophetas commentarij cum paraphrasi. Nunc primum prodeunt indicibus cum Locorum Regularumque Scripturae sacrae, tum rerum notabilium illustrati (Lugduni: sumptibus Horatii Cardon, 1619). [the Daniel commentary has its own column count: 1-604]

3.   Protestant commentators [in order of dates of death]

Oecolampadius, Johannes (1482 – 1531)
In Danielem Prophetam Ioannis Oecolampadij libri duo: omnigena & abstrusiore cum Hebræorum tum Græcorum scriptoru[m] doctrina referti (Basileae: apud Ioannem Bebel, 1530).
Later published together with his commentary on Job: Jo. Oecolampadii viri doctiss. In librum Job exegemata. Opus admodum eruditum, ac omnibus divinae Scripturae studiosis utile. Eiusdem in Danielem prophetam libri duo. In hujus tomi editione quantum elaboratum et quid effectum sit, praeposita ad lectorem epistola indicabit (Genevae: ex officina Ioanni Crispini, 1553). Subtitle for the Daniel commentary which has its own pagination: Commentariorum Joannis Oecolampadii in Danielem prophetam libri duo, abstrusiore tum Hebraeorum tum Graecorum scriptorum doctrina referti.

Zwingli, Huldrych [Ulrich] (1484 – 1531)
Huldreich Zwinglis sämtliche Werke. Unter Mitwirkung des Zwingli-Vereins in Zürich und mit Unterstützung des schweizerischen Nationalfonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung herausgegeben von Emil Egli et al. Band XIV: Exegetische Schriften, Band 2: Altes Testament. Die Propheten: Jesaja, Jeremia, Ezechiel, Daniel sowie die 12 Kleinen Propheten. Herausgeben von Oskar Farner und Edwin Künzli (Ulrich Zwingli Werke, Band 14 = Corpus Reformatorum, 101; Zürich: Berichthaus, 1956-1959 / Leipzig: Heinsius, 1959). Reprinted Zürich: Theologischer Verlag, 1982. [the original publication was in 10 Lieferungen between 1956 and 1959; the material on Dan and the Twelve is found on pp. 742-867] [On the prophets Zwingli himself published only the commentaries on Isaiah and Jeremiah with Lamentations; the Daniel commentary is based on notes by Hans Buchmann dated 1533, after Zwingli's death.]

Melanchthon, Philipp (1497 – 1560)
In Danielem prophetam commentarius, editus a Philippo Melanthone (Vitembergae: per Josephum Klug, 1543) / Lipsiae: excudebat Nicolaus Vuolrab [Wolrab], 1543). [a theological commentary, with focus on the "loci theologici" of each chapter of the biblical book]

Calvin, Jean (1509 – 1564)
"Praelectionum in Danielem prophetam pars prior, Cap. I-V", in Edouard Cunitz – Johann-Wilhelm Baum – Eduard Wilhelm Eugen Reuss (gen. eds.), Ioannis Calvini opera quae supersunt omnia. Tom. XL (Corpus Reformatorum, 68 / Ioannis Calvini opera quae supersunt omnia, 40 / Ioannis Calvini opera exegetica et homiletica, 18; Brunsvigae [Braunschweig]: C.A. Schwetschke, 1889) 517-722.
"Praelectionum in Danielem prophetam pars posterior, Cap. VI-XII", in Edouard Cunitz – Johann-Wilhelm Baum – Eduard Wilhelm Eugen Reuss (gen. eds.), Ioannis Calvini opera quae supersunt omnia. Tom. XLI (Corpus Reformatorum, 69 / Ioannis Calvini opera quae supersunt omnia, 41 / Ioannis Calvini opera exegetica et homiletica, 19; Brunsvigae [Braunschweig]: C.A. Schwetschke, 1889) 1-304.
"Sermons sur les huit derniers chapitres du livre de Daniel. Première partie: Sermon I-XXXIII", in Edouard Cunitz – Johann-Wilhelm Baum – Eduard Wilhelm Eugen Reuss (gen. eds.), Ioannis Calvini opera quae supersunt omnia. Tom. XLI (Corpus Reformatorum, 69 / Ioannis Calvini opera quae supersunt omnia, 41 / Ioannis Calvini opera exegetica et homiletica, 19; Brunsvigae [Braunschweig]: C.A. Schwetschke, 1889) 305-688.
"Sermons sur les huit derniers chapitres de Daniel. Seconde partie: Sermon XXXIV-XLVII", in Edouard Cunitz – Johann-Wilhelm Baum – Eduard Wilhelm Eugen Reuss (gen. eds.), Ioannis Calvini opera quae supersunt omnia. Tom. XLII (Corpus Reformatorum, 70 / Ioannis Calvini opera quae supersunt omnia, 42 / Ioannis Calvini opera exegetica et homiletica, 20; Brunsvigae [Braunschweig]: C.A. Schwetschke, 1890) 1-174.
For the online edition of the Calvin volumes in the Corpus Reformatorum see here.
English translations:
Calvin, J., Commentaries on the Book of the Prophet Daniel. Now first translated from the original Latin, and collated with the French version, with dissertations, new translation of the text, and copious indices, by Thomas Myers. 2 Vol. (Edinburgh: printed for The Calvin Translation Society, 1852-1853). [this translation was reprinted several times both in the UK and in the USA; it is available electronically in several places; see for instance here].
New translation: Daniel, I: Chapters 1-6. / John Calvin's Lectures on the Book of the Prophecies of Daniel; taken down by the effort and industry of Jean Budé and Charles Joinviller, Geneva, MDLXI. Translated by T. H. L. Parker: The Rutherford House Translation (Calvin's Old Testament Commentaries, 20; Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans; Carlisle: Paternoster Press, 1993). [the second volume never appeared]

Draconites, Johannes (1494 – 1566)
Commentarius in Danielem ex ebraeo versum. Cum Oratione & Indice (Marpurgi [Marburg/Lahn]: Andreas Kolbe, 1544).

Strigel, Victor (1524 – 1569)
Danielis Prophetae Scriptvm, Ad Ebraicam et Chaldaicam Veritatem recognitum, & argumentis atque scholijs illustratum à Victorino Strigelio (Lipsiae: in officina Ernesti Voegelini, 1565).

Sartorius [also known by the anagram "Tosarrius"], Johannes (ca. 1500 – ca.1570)
Paraphrases in omnes Prophetas, tam Maiores, quatuor, quàm Minores duodecim: uidelicet, Esaiam. Hieremiam. Ezechielem. Danielem. Oseam. Ioelem. Amos. Abadiam. Ionam. Micheam. Naum. Habacuk. Sophoniam. Haggaeum. Zachariam. Malachiam. ITEM, In sapientiam Salomonis. Authore Ioanne Tosarrio, Aquilouicano (Basileae: per Ioannem Oporinum, 1558). [in the Major Prophets part, the paraphrasis on Dan is on pp. 221-245]

Bullinger, Heinrich (1504 – 1575)
Daniel sapientissimus Dei Propheta, quia vetustis polyhistor, id est multiscius est dictus, espositus Homiliis LXVI quibus non tam sensus Prophetae redditur, quam usus & fructus prophetiae ostenditur, adeoque omnibus in Ecclesia docentibus commonstratur, quomodo perspicue, iusto ordine, & cum utilitate, populo Dei, hic Propheta praedicari possit (Tiguri [Zürich]: excudebat C. Froschoverus [Christoffel Froschouer], 1576).

Wigand, Johann (1523 – 1587)
Danielis Prophetae Explicatio Brevis, tradita in Academia Ienensi, a D. Iohanne VVigando (Ienae [Jena]: Guntherus Huttichius excudebat, 1571).

Selnecker, Nikolaus (1530 – 1592)
Der Prophet Daniel, und die Offenbarung Johannis (Leipzig: gedruckt durch Jacobum Berwalt, 1567).

Löner (Loner, Lohnerus), Johann Josua (ca. 1535 – 1595)
Die Historia vnd Schrifft des Heyligen Geistreichen Propheten vnnd Mannes Gottes Danielis. Zu diesen letzten fehrlichen zeiten zu lesen und betrachten sehr notwendig und heilsam; Ordentlich nach allen fürnehmesten puncten und Lehren mit vleis in Sechs vnd Funffzig Predigten gefasset vnd außgeleget durch M. Iosua Lonern, Fürstlichen Sechsischen Hoffpredigern vnd Consistorialn zu Weymar (Jhena [Jena]: gedruckt durch Donat Richtzenhan, 1591).

Nahum, Jodocus (1551 – 1597)
Fünff und viertzig Kurtze und einfältige Predigten Uber den Propheten Daniel: Gehalten durch ... Herrn M. Iodocum Nahumum, ... Jetzund auff begehren viler guthertziger Leut auß seinen Archetypis in den Druck verfertiget (Hanaw: Wilhelmus Antonius, 1607).
Later printing with a different title: Prophetica Danielis, Das ist: Schöne und geistreiche Gedancken uber den Propheten Daniel, in underschiedliche Predigten verfasset (Franckfurt am Mayn: Verlag Johannis Ammonij, 1627).

Rollock, Robert (ca. 1555 – 1599)
In librum Danielis prophetae, Roberti Rolloci Scoti, ministri Jesu Christi in Ecclesia Edinburgensi, commentarius (Edinburgi: Excudebat Robertus Waldegraue, typographus Regiæ Maiestatis, 1591).

Junius, Franciscus (François du Jon) (1545 – 1602)
Expositio prophetae Danielis, a Francisco Junio in Academia Heidelbergensi dictata anno 1589; ex publicis praelectionibus cum cura excepta a R. Grutero, & autori in grati animi argumentum data (Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Gabriel Carterius, 1594).
The commentary was reprinted posthumously in his Opera theologica under the title "Expositio prophetae Danielis", in Francisci Junii Biturigis, Sacrarum Literarum in Academia Heidelbergensi et Lugduno-Batava professoris eruditissimi, Opera theologica, duobus tomis, ordine commodissimo, nempe exegetica primo, elenctica altero, comprehensa, & nunc primum digesta : praefixa est primo tomo, vita auctoris ab eodem olim conscripta, & narratio de placido ejusdem obitu : subjuncti sunt denique ad calcem utriusque tomi septem indices ... Tomus primus (Genevae: sumptibus Caldorianis, 1607) 763-938.

Nigrinus, Georg (1530 – 1602)
1574 edition: Daniel: Der aller Weyseste vnd heiligste Prophet ausgelegt in fünfftzig Predigen. Welcher sonderlich in diesen letzten gefehrlichsten Zeiten gantz nütz and Trostreich ist wider alle Ergernus der Welt zumal wider den Antichristischen Grewel vnd allen seinen Anhang geprediget zu Giessen von Georgio Nigrino Pfarrherrn daselbst (Vrsel [Oberursel]: gedruckt durch Nicolaum Henricum [Nikolaus Heinrich], 1574.
1594 edition: Daniel: Der aller Weyseste vnd heiligste Prophet ausgelegt in fünfftzig Predigen. Welcher sonderlich in diesen letzten gefehrlichsten Zeiten gantz nütz and trostreich ist wider alle Ergernuß der Welt zumal wider den Antichristischen Grewel vnd allen seinen Anhang Erklärung geprediget durch Georgium Nigrinum, Pfarrherrn und Superintendenten zu Echtzel (Franckfurt am Mayn: Johann Spieß, 1594).

Hunnius, Aegidius (1550 – 1603)
Sechs Propheten H. Göttlicher Schrifft: Nemlich: Daniel, Obadias, Jonas, Micha, Haggai vnd Malachias gründtlich außgelegt vnd zu Marpurg in Hessen in vnderschiedlichen Predigten erkläret. Jetzt aber in Druck verfertiget.... Durch Egidium Hunnen der H. Schrifft Doctorn vnd Professorn der löblichen Vniuersitet zu Marpurg. Vorrede D. Martini Lutheri über den heyligen Propheten Daniel (Franckfurt am Mayn: Johann Spies [Spieß], 1587).

Osiander, Lucas (1534 – 1604)
Ezechiel, Daniel, Osee, Ioel, Amos, Abdias, Ionas, Michaeas, Nahum, Habacuc, Sophonias, Aggaeus, Zacharias, & Malachias: Iuxta Veterem Seu Vulgatam Translationem, Ad Hebraeam Veritatem emendati, & brevi ac perspicua Explicatione illustrati: insertis etiam praecipuis Locis Communibus in lectione sacra observandis (Tubingae: excudebat Georgius Gruppenbachius, 1579).

Leyser, Polycarp [senior] (1552 – 1610)
His comm. on Dan 1-6 was published in six parts (1607-1610) and then as a combined edition (1610). Details as follows:
On Dan 1: Schola Babylonica, Hoc est: Ecclesiasticae Commentationes D. Polycarpi Lyseri In Primum Caput Sanctissimi Et Praestantissimi Prophetae Danielis : Tractatus, varias & utiles doctrinas, praeter explicationem Prophetae Danielis, continentes (Gerae ad Elistrum: Spießius [Martin Spieß Erben], 1607; Francofurti: Porssius, 1609).
On Dan 2: Colossus Babylonicus, Quatuor mundi Monarchias repraesentans: Seu, Ecclesiastica Expositio Secundi Capitis, praestantißimi Prophetae Danielis. Per Polycarpum Lyserum, D. (Gerae ad Elistrum: Spießius [Martin Spieß Erben], 1607; Darmbstadii: Balthasar Hofman, 1609).
On Dan 3: Fornax Babylonica, syncerae Religionis Confessores probans. Seu, Ecclesiastica Expositio Tertii Capitis, Praestantissimi Prophetae Danielis (Francofurti: sumptibus Iohannis Iacobi Porsii, 1610).
On Dan 4: Cedrrus Babylonica, potentes docens humilitatem, & detestans superbiam. seu Ecclesiastica Expositio Quarti Capitis Praestantissimi Prophetae Danielis. Per Polycarpum Lyserum ... (Francofurti: sumptibus Iohannis Iacobi Porsii, 1610).
On Dan 5: Epulum Babylonicum, In Quo Causae Interitus Imperiorum & regnorum spectandae ob oculos proponuntur: Sive Ecclesiastica Expositio Quinti Capitis, praestantissimi Prophetae Danielis. Per Polycarpum Lyserum ... (Darmbstadii: excudebat Balthasar Hofmann, impensis Ioannis Iacobi Porssii, 1610).
On Dan 6: Aula Persica, Ostendens Pietatem Ab Invidia Aulica premi quidem, sed nequaquam opprimi. Seu. Ecclesiastica Expositio Sexti Capitis, praestantissimi Prophetae Danielis. Per Polycarpum Lyserum ... (Darmbstadii: excudebat Balthasar Hofmann, impensis Ioannis Iacobi Porssii, 1610).
Combined edition (six parts in one volume): Schola Babylonica, Hoc est: Ecclesiasticae Commentationes D. Polycarpi Lyseri In Primum Caput Sanctissimi Et Praestantissimi Prophetae Danielis. Hanc Scholam Babylonicam Subsequentur Ordine: Colossus Babylonicus, Fornax Babylonica, Cedrus Babylonica, Epulum Babylonicum, Aula Persica. Tractatus, varias & utiles doctrinas, praeter explicationem Prophetae Danielis, continentes (Francofurti: typis Nicolai Hofmanni, impensis vero Ioannis Iacobi Porssii, 1609 / Darmbstadii: excusum per Balthasarem Hofmannum, impensis Jan-Jacobi Porsii, 1610). [at the end there's a short "Conclusio" (four pages) that deals with the whole commentary on Dan 1-6]

Pappus, Johann (1549 – 1610)
In Omnes Prophetas, tam Maiores quatuor, 1. Iesaiam, 2. Ieremiam cum Threnis & Baruch, 3. Iezechielem, 4. Danielem, quam Minores duodecim, 1. Hoseam, 2. Ioelem, 3. Amos, 4. Abdiam, 5. Ionam, 6. Michaeam, 7. Nahum, 8. Habacuc, 9. Zephaniam, 10. Haggaeum, 11. Zachariam, 12. Malachiam; Scholae breves et methodicae: Propositae in Academia Argentoratensi (Francofurti ad Moenum: ex officina typographica Iohann. Spiessii, 1593). [on Daniel see 205-245 (numbered by leaves, not by pages)]

Polanus von Polansdorf, Amandus (1561 – 1610)
Amandi Polani à Polansdorf In Danielem Prophetam Visionum Amplitudine Difficillimum, vaticiniorum majestate augustißimum Commentarius. In Quo Logica Analysi et Theologica ἐκθέσι tradita in publicis praelectionibus in vetusta Basiliensi Academia totius libri ad hoc aevum calamitosum saluberrimi, genuinus sensus & multiplex usus ostenditur. Cum Triplici Indice, Vocum difficilium expositarum, Rerum seu Locorum Communium explicatorum, & Locorum Sacrae Scripturae à depravationibus cum aliorum tum in primis Bellarmini vindicatorum (Basileae: typis Conradi Waldkirchii, 1599).

Broughton, Hugh (1549 – 1612)
Daniel his Chaldie visions and his Ebrew: both translated after the original [by Hugh Broughton]: and expounded both, by reduction of heathen most famous stories vnto the exact proprietie of his wordes (which is the surest certaintie what he must meane:) and by ioyning all the Bible, and learned tongues to the frame of his worke (London: printed by Richard Field [and Gabriel Simson], for William Young dwelling neare the great north doore of Paules, where the other workes of the same author are to be sold, 1596).
Latin translation: Commentarius in Danielem. Primum Anglice scriptus ab Hughone Broughtono; nunc Latinitate donatus per Ioannem Boreel Mittelburgens (Basileae: per Sebastianum Henricpetri, 1599).

Heilbrunner, Philipp (1546 – 1616)
Danielis Prophetae vaticinia, in locos communes Theologicos digesta: & quaestionibus Methodi illustrata. Studio & opera Philippi Hailbronneri, doctoris & Professoris Theologi in Schola Lauingana (Lavingae: excudebat Leonhardus Reinmichaelius, 1587). [not a verse-by-verse commentary but a presentation of various doctrinal "loci communes" illustrated by selected verses from the book of Daniel, after the model of Melanchthon on Romans]

Willet, Andrew (c.1561 – 1621)
Hexapla in Danielem, that is, A six-fold commentarie vpon the most diuine prophesie of Daniel: wherein according to the method propounded in Hexapla vpon Genesis and Exodus, sixe things are obserued in euery chapter, 1. The argument and method, 2. The diuers readings, 3. The questions discussed, 4. Doctrines noted, 5. Controversies handled, 6. Morall observations applyed: Wherein many obscure visions, and diuine prophesies are opened, and difficult questions handled with great breuitie, perspicuitie, and varietie which are summed to the number of 536. beside the controversies 134. in the table, in the end of the booke, and the best interpreters both old and new are therein abridged. Diuided into two bookes, the first containing the historicall part of the prophesie in the 6. first chapters, the propheticall in the 6. last (Cambridge: printed for Leonard Greene, 1610).

Piscator (Fischer), Johannes (1546 – 1625)
In Prophetam Danielem Commentarius : In Quo Praeter Novam Versionem, Ordine Et distincte proponuntur I. Analysis Logica singulorum capitum. II. Scholia in singula capita. III. Observationes locorum doctrinae e singulis capitibus depromtae. Authore Johanne Piscatore, Professore sacrarum literarum in illustri Schola Nassovicâ Herbornensi (Herbornae Nassoviorum: ex officina typographica Christophori Corvini, 1614).
Reprinted in his collected commentaries: Johannis Piscatoris commentarii in omnes libros Veteris Testamenti: antehac aliquoties separatim editi: nunc verò in unum volumen collecti: quibus continentur I. Analysis logica singulorum librorum & capitum. II. Scholia in singula capita. III. Observationes locorum doctrinae è singulis capitibus. Omnia haec recens ab authore recognita. Quibus accessit praefatio continens hortationem ad studium Sacrae Scripturae. 4 vol. (Herbornae Nassoviorum: [Christoph Rab], 1643-1646).

Angelocrator, Daniel (1569 – 1635)
Danielis Angelocratoris Schrifft: und Zeitmäßige Erklärung über den Propheten Daniel (Cassel: Johan Wessel, 1638).

Alsted, Johann Heinrich (1588 – 1638)
Trifolium Propheticum, Id est Canticum Canticorum Salomonis, Prophetia Danielis, Apocalypsis Johannis: Sic explicata, ut series textûs, & series temporis prophetici è regione positae lucem menti, & consolationem cordi ingerant. Ad Cyrillum, Patriarcham universi Orientis Constantinopoli (Herbornae Nassoviorum: Corvinus / Muderspachius, 1640). [dedicated to Cyril, the contemporary Patriarch of Constantinople]

Walther, Michael (1593 – 1662)
Richtige und Nothdürfftige Erläuterung deß hocherleuchten Propheten Daniels: In CXIII. Predigten angestellet und der Hohen Göttlichen Majestät zu schuldiger Ehre, auch der sehr betrübten Christlichen Kirchen und allen derer Rechtglaubigen Gliedmassen zu sonderbarem Trost und Unterricht in diesen letzten geschwürigen und gefährlichen Zeiten in offenen Druck verfertiget durch Michaelem Waltherum, der H. Schrifft Doctorn, Fürstl. Braunschweigischen Lüneburgischen Superintendentem Generalißimum ... (Ulm: Johann Görlin, 1645).

Coccejus, Johannes (1603 – 1669)
Original edition: Johannis Coccei S. Theol. Professoris Observata ad Danielem. Accedit Praefatio exhibens ΣΥΓΧΡΟΝΙΣΜΟΝ prophetiae Mosis et Danielis (Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: ex officina Danielis, Abrahami & Adriani à Gaasbeeck, 1666).
Reprinted in his Opera omnia, First printing (1673): Operum Johannis Coccei, dum viveret in Academia Lugduno-Batava S.S. Theologiae Professoris, Tomus secundus: Commentarius in Psalmos & extrema verba Davidis; in Proverbia Solomonis; in Ecclesiasten Solomonis; in Canticum Canticorum Solomonis; in Prophetiam Esaiae (Amstelodami: ex officina Johannis à Someren, 1673). [each commentary has its own separate pagination; the Dan comm. has 71 numbered pp.: 14 pp. of Praefatio; 57 pp. of Observationes.] Its internal title is: "Observationes ad Danielem. Accedit Praefatio exhibens ΣΥΓΧΡΟΝΙΣΜΟΝ prophetiae Mosis & Danielis".
Reprinted in his Opera omnia, 2nd ed. (1689): Johannis Coccei Doctoris ac Professoris Theologi in Academia Lugdunensi Batava, longe celeberrimi, Opera omnia theologica, exegetica, didactica, polemica, philologica. LXX. circiter tractatibus, post praefationem enumeratis, absoluta. Quibus Veteris et Novi Instrumenti Codices commentariis haud vulgaribus illustrantur; veritas religionis christianae argumentis solidissimis asseritur: lites recentes atque veteres dexterrime dirimuntur, infucatae denique pietatis exercitia strenue urgentur. Tomus III: Commentarius in Prophetiam & Threnos Jeremiae; Ezechielis; In Prophetas duodecim Minores. Et Observationes in Danielem Editio Secunda, ab innumeris mendis, quibus prior scatebat, diligenter purgata, et Triplici Indice locupletata. (Francofurti ad Moenum: typis et impensis Balthasaris Christophori Wustii, 1689). [continuous pagination in this edition; the internal title of the Daniel commentary is: "Observationes ad Danielem. Accedit Praefatio exhibens ΣΥΓΧΡΟΝΙΣΜΟΝ prophetiae Mosis & Danielis": pp. 326-386 [Praefatio 326-335; Observationes 335-386].
Reprinted in his Opera omnia, 3rd ed. (1701): Johannis Cocceji S. S. Th. Doct. ac Prof. in Acad. Lugd. Batava Opera Omnia Theologica, Exegetica, Didactica, Polemica, Philologica. Tomus tertius: Commentarius in Prophetas Majores. Editio Tertia, auctior & emendatior (Amstelodami : ex typographia P. et J. Blaeu, prostant apud Janssonio-Waesbergios, Boom et Goethals, 1701). [internal title of the Daniel commentary: "Observations in Danielem" 309-366 (Praefatio 309-318; body of commentary 319-366).

Trapp, John (1601 – 1669)
A Commentary or Exposition upon These Following Books of Holy Scripture: Proverbs of Solomon, Ecclesiastes, the Song of Songs, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel & Daniel: Being A Third Volume Of Annotations Upon The Whole Bible (London: Printed by Robert White, for Nevil Simmons bookseller in Kederminster and are to be sold by Henry Mortlock at the Phenix in Pauls Churchyard and by Thomas Basset in Dunstans Churchyard in Fleet-street, 1660). [the commentaries on the prophetic books constitute the second part of this volume, which begins with new pagination; the Daniel commentary is on pp. 519-580]
Reprinted in 1867-1868 with editorial revisions: Trapp, John, A Commentary on the Old and New Testaments. Reprinted from the author's last edition. With a memoir by A. B. Grosart. Vol. 3: Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Solomons Song, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel & Daniel. Edited by Rev. Hugh Martin M.A. (London: Richard D. Dickinson, 1867-1868). [the Dan comm. is on pp. 661-706.]

Parker, Thomas (1595 – 1677)
The visions and prophecies of Daniel expounded: wherein the mistakes of former interpreters are modestly discovered, and the true meaning of the text made plain by the words and circumstances of it. The same also illustrated by clear instances taken out of histories which relate the events of time mystically foretold by the holy prophet. Amongst other things of note, touching the two witnesses, the New Jerusalem, the thousand yeers, &c. here is propounded a new way for the finding out of the determinate time signified by Daniel in his seventy weeks; when it did begin, and when we are to expect the end thereof. Very considerable, in respect of the great stirs and tumults of this present age wherein we live (London: printed for Edmund Paxton, and are to be sold by Nathanael Webb and William Grantham, at the Grey-hound in Pauls Church-yard, 1646).

Geier, Martin (1614 – 1680)
Praelectiones academicae in Danielem prophetam habitae antehac Lipsiae (Lipsiae: sumptibus Friderici Lanckisch, literis Johannis Erici Hahnii, 1667).

Wingendorp, Hermann (dates of birth and death not known)
Prophetia Danielis: Paraphrastice reddita, et Cum prophanæ historiæ monumentis collecta, ab Herm. Wingendorpio (Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: typis Cornelii Boutensteyn, 1680).

Musaeus, Johannes (1613 – 1681)
Scholae propheticae continuatae ex academicis praelectionibus summi theologi B.D. Johannis Musaei in prophetas Danielem, Micham et Joelem; collectae et indicibus necessariis instructae a  Joh. Ernesto de Schulenburg (Quedlingburgi: impensis Gottlob Ernesti Struntzii, 1719).

Varenius, August (1620 – 1684)
Collegium Canonicum Quatuor Novissimorum V. T. Prophetarum Post-Babylonicorum Danielis, Haggaei, Zachariae, Malachiae, reducem ex Babel & consultorem populum de futuris, inprimis Messiae temporibus: ex Cathedris suis breviter erudientium Sensus literalis e Consilio fontium propositione, & in loca difficiliora animadversione adornatum ab Augusto Varenio ... (Rostochi[i] [Rostock]: prostat apud Jacobum Richelium, 1667). [on Daniel pp. 1-64].

Meisner, Gottfried (1618 – 1690)
D. Gottfried Meißners weiland Pastoris und Superintendentis zum Grossenhayn, Heil. Prophet Daniel So wol beschehene Dinge außredend als künfftige weissagend : Durch kurtze Anmerckungen erläutert. Sam[m]t einer Vorrede Hn. D. Joh. Friedrich Mayers Königlicher Majestät in Schweden ... Ober-Kirchen-Raths ... Nach des Wolsel. Herrn Autoris Willen mit nöthigen Registern ans Licht gegeben von M. J. S. S. (Hamburg: Hoffman[n], 1695).

Jungmann, Justus Heinrich (1613 – 1701)
Propheta Daniel Modo Novo Atque Hactenus Inaudito Reseratus. Id est Tractatus, In quo non solum Caput nonum Danielis principaliter perfecto commentario illustratur; sed & incidenter omnium reliquorum vaticiniorum difficilium, in dicto Propheta occurrentium, ac certis temporum cancellis inclusorum, implementa genuine ac solide explicantur, nec non ex probatis Historicis Chronologice demonstrantur. 2 vol. (Cassellis [Cassel]: typis Friderici Hertzogs, 1681).

Newton, Sir Isaac (1642 – 1727)
Observations upon the prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John (London: printed by J. Darby and T. Browne, and sold by J. Roberts [et al.], 1733).
The work was translated into Latin (Amsterdam 1737), and there is also a German version made from the Latin (Leipzig 1765).
Modern Italian version: Trattato sull'Apocalisse, a cura di Maurizio Mamiani (I classici, 2; Torino: Bollati Boringhieri, 1994). Reprinted 2011 by the same publishers in the paperback series "I grandi pensatori". [English text (including the Daniel material) with Italian translation]

Petersen, Johann Wilhelm (1649 – 1727)
Der Sinn des Geistes in dem Propheten Daniel, durch den Geist der Weissagung erklähret von Iohann Wilhelm Petersen, der H. Schrifft D. (Franckfurth: Johann Maximilian von Sand, 1720).

Wells, Edward (1667 – 1727)
An help for the more easy and clear understanding of the Holy Scriptures: being the Book of Daniel Explain'd after the following Method, viz. I. The Septuagint or Greek version amended according to the Best or most Ancient Readings. II. The common English version render'd more agreeable to the original. III. A paraphrase, wherein not only the Difficult Expressions and Passages are explain'd; but also the Whole Book is divided into proper Sections and Paragraphs: the Contents of the several Divisions being set down in their Proper places; and also exhibited All together in One View, by a Synopsis subjoin'd to the End of the said Book. IV. Annotations relating, as Occasion requires, to the several Particulars afore-mention'd. Before the Book of Daniel are prefix'd 1. A general Preface. 2. A Discourse concerning those Prophecies of Daniel, which relate to the Four Kingdoms of the Gentiles, and the Kingdom of Christ and his Saints &c. 3. Four Tables shewing the Synchronism or Correspondency of All the several Prophecies in Daniel, relating to the Four Kingdoms of the Gentiles, and the Kingdom of Christ and his Saints &c. 4. A Chronological Table of the more Remarkable Particulars relating to the Book of Daniel. 5. Some Observations concerning the Chronology relating to the Prophecy of the Seventy Weeks. After the Book of Daniel are subjoin'd 1. A Collection of the Various Readings of the LXX. or Greek Version of Daniel. 2. A View (or Collection) of such Passages and Expressions in the Book of Daniel, as are found likewise or refer'd to in the New Testament, especially in the Revelation of S. John. By Ed. Wells D. D. Rector of Cotesbach in Leicester-Shire (Oxford: printed at the Theater, for James Knapton at the Crown in St Paul's Church-Yard, London, 1716).

Michaelis, Christian Benedict (1680 – 1764)
"Uberiores adnotationes in Danielem", in Johann Heinrich Michaelis – Christian Benedict Michaelis – Johann Jakob Rambach, Vberiorvm Adnotationvm Philologico-Exegeticarvm In Hagiographos Vet. Testamenti Libros Volumen Tertium: Continens Adnotationes in Vaticinivm Danielis, Et In Libros Esrae, Nehemiae et Chronicorvm: In quibus textus Hebræus cum cura expenditur, partitiones & argumenta capitum exhibentur, phrasiumque & dictionum vis ac emphasis ex genuinis philologiae sacrae principiis, & ex ipso Scripturae usu seu parallelismo rerum & verborum ostenditur, et succincti commentarii vice esse possint. Accedunt in singulos libros Praefationes, quibus de Scriptore, partibus libri, aliisque necessariis momentis, Introductionis loco disseritur (Halae: sumtibus Orphantrophei, 1720) 1-444.

Koch, Jacob (1701 – 1772)
Entsiegelter Daniel, Das ist: Richtige Auflösung der sämtlichen Weissagungen Daniels Nach ihrem Wahren Jnhalt, unzertrennlichen Verbindung, einhelligen Absicht, und genauen, so gar auf Jahre und Tage mit der Chronologie zutreffenden Zeit-Rechnung, auf Messiam. Aus sichern und unumstößlichen philologish-exegetischen und historisch-chronologischen Gründen. Zur Verbesserung der ganzen prophetischen Theologie; vornemlich aber zur Entkräftung der Ungläubigen und Bestärkung der Gläubigen. Nebst einem Anhange von einigen zur Haupt-Sache mit dienlichen wichtigen und merkwürdigen Sachen, theils aus heiligen, theils aus Profan-Scribenten; Sonderlich auch Mit einem kurzen doch vollständigen Systemate Ueber die ganze Heilige Offenbahrung Johannis (Lemgo: Johann Heinrich Meyer, 1740).

Harenberg, Johann Christoph (1696 – 1774)
Aufklärung des Buchs Daniels aus den Grundsprachen, der Geschichte, und übrigen rechten Hülfsmitteln: zum richtigen Verstande der Sätze, zur Bevestigung der Wahrheit, und zur Erbauung durch die Religion. 2 vol. [Erster Theil; Zweyter Theil] (Blankenburg und Quedlinburg: bey Christoph August Reußner, 1773).

Venema, Herman (1697 – 1787)
Hermanni Venema Dissertationes ad vaticinia Danielis emblematica cap. II, VIII et VIII: de quatuor Orientis regnis ordine sibi successuris, et quinto Messiæ : in quibus illa, nova, via, demonstrantur ex historia et illustrantur, aliisque prophetiis lux adfunditur (Leovardiae [Leeuwarden]: ex officina Gulielmi Coulon; Harlingae: Folkeri vander Plaats, 1745).
Hermanni Venema Commentarius ad Danielis cap. XI: 4-45 & XII: 1-3 (Leovardiæ [Leeuwarden], ex officina G. Coulon typ., 1752).
Second edition of both works together: Dissertationes ad vaticinia Danielis emblematica cap. II, VII, et VIII et commentarius ad Dan. XI: 4-45 et XII: 1-3. Editio secunda correctior et auctior (Leidae et Leovariae: Joh. Le Mair & H. A. de Chalmot, 1768).

Amner, Richard (1736 – 1803)
An Essay towards an Interpretation of the Prophecies of Daniel, With occasional remarks upon some of the most celebrated commentaries on them (London: printed by T. J. Carnecy, for J. Johnson in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1776). [not really a commentary, in the sense of verse-by-verse notes]

Roos, Magnus Friedrich (1727 – 1803)
Auslegung der Weissagungen Daniels, die in die Zeit des Neuen Testaments hineinreichen : nebst ihrer Vergleichung mit der Offenbarung Johannis, nach der Bengelischen Erklärung derselben (Leipzig: Saalbach, 1771); Zweite Auflage [sine loco] 1795.

Wintle, Thomas (1737 – 1814)
Daniel: an improved version attempted; with a preliminary dissertation, and notes critical, historical, and explanatory. By Thomas Wintle, B.D. Rector of Brightwell, in Berkshire, and Late Fellow of Pembroke College. (Oxford: Sold by J. Cooke; and by T. Cadell, F. and C. Rivington, and T. Payne, London, 1792).
Daniel: an improved version attempted with a preliminary dissertation, and notes critical, historical, and explanatory by Thomas Wintle, B.D., rector of Brightwell, in Berkshire. Second edition (London: printed by S. Gosnell; sold by J. Hatchard, 1807). Later printing: London: Printed for Thomas Tegg and Son, 1836.

Thube, Christian Gottlob (1742 – 1826)
Das Buch des Propheten Daniels neu übersetzt und erklärt von Christian Gottlob Thube Pastor zu Baumgarten in Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Schwerin und Wismar: in der Bödnerschen Buchhandlung, 1797).


B.   Studies

I.    Overviews and studies on multiple periods in the history of reception

Bracht, K. – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007).

Casey, M., Son of Man: The Interpretation and Influence of Daniel 7 (London: SPCK, 1979) 51-141 [reception of Daniel]

Collins, J. J., "The History of Interpretation. A. The Jewish Tradition. B. The Christian Tradition", in J. J. Collins, Daniel: A Commentary on the Book of Daniel. With an essay "The Influence of Daniel on the New Testament" by Adela Yarbro Collins (Hermeneia; Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1993) 72-89 and 112-123; for Yarbro Collins's essay see 90-112.

Collins, J. J., "Daniel", in M. Lieb – E. Mason – J. Roberts (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Reception History of the Bible (Oxford Handbooks; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011) 77-88.

Delgado, M. – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003).

Jeong, Seong-Eun, et al., "Four Empires", EBR 9 (2014) 517-533. Authors in alphabetical order: Mark Brummitt, Chrys C. Caragounis, Mariano Delgado, Peter W. Flint, Seong-Eun Jeong, Jonathan Kaplan, Berthold Kreß, David Thomas and Michael G. Wechsler.

Goldingay, J. E., Daniel (WBC 30; Waco, TX: Word Books, 1989) xxi-xxxviii. Revised edition (WBC 30; Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Academic, 2019) 106-127.

Koch, K., Europa, Rom und der Kaiser vor dem Hintergrund von zwei Jahrtausenden Rezeption des Buches Daniel (Berichte aus den Sitzungen der Joachim-Jungius-Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften e. V., Hamburg, 15/1; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1997).

Marsch, E., "Vom Visionsbild zur Deutung. Aspekte der Rezeption des Danielbuches in Literatur und Ikonographie", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 426-453.

Newsom, Carol J., Daniel: A Commentary. With contributions by Brennan W. Breed (OTL; Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox, 2014). [Breed contributed substantial sections on each chapter's reception history.]

Perrin, A. B. – L. T. Stuckenbruck (eds.), Four Kingdom Motifs Before and Beyond the Book of Daniel (Themes in Biblical Narrative: Jewish and Christian Traditions, 28; Leiden: Brill, 2021).

Perrin, A. B., "Introduction to the Four Kingdoms as a Time Bound, Timeless, and Timely Historiographical Mechanism and Literary Motif", in A. B. Perrin – L. T. Stuckenbruck (eds.), Four Kingdom Motifs Before and Beyond the Book of Daniel (Themes in Biblical Narrative: Jewish and Christian Traditions, 28; Leiden: Brill, 2021) 1-12.

Smith-Christopher, D., et al., "Daniel (Book and Person)", EBR 6 (2013) 86-135. Details: I. Hebrew Bible / Old Testament (D. Smith-Christopher) 86-95; II. New Testament (M. J. J. Menken) 95; III. Judaism (P. W. Flint – G. Stemberger – R. Chazan – B. D. Walfish – M. G. Wechsler – J. Davis) 95-109; IV. Christianity (K. Bracht – M. Delgado – B. McGinn) 109-120; V. Islam (J. Hämeen-Anttila) 121-124; VI. Literature (M. Brummitt) 124-128; VII. Visual Arts (B. Kreß) 128-131; VIII. Music (N. H. Petersen) 131-134; IX. Film (D. Hume) 134-135.

Valdez, M. A. T. , Historical Interpretations of the "Fifth Empire": The Dynamics of Periodization from Daniel to António Vieira, S.J. (Studies in the History of Christian Traditions, 149; Leiden: Brill, 2011).

II.    Studies on Jewish reception and interpretation of Daniel

Beckwith, R., "Early Traces of the Book of Daniel", TynBul 53 (2002) 75-82. [discusses Tobit; The Book of Watchers, 1 Enoch 1-36; Sirach 36]

Ben-Shammai, H., "Fragments of Daniel al-Qumisi's Commentary on the Book of Daniel as a Historical Source", Hen 13 (1991) 259-281.

Ben-Shammai, H., "Saadia's Introduction to Daniel: Prophetic Calculation of the End of Days vs. Astrological and Magical Speculation", Aleph: Historical Studies in Science and Judaism 4 (2004) 11-87. [an almost complete text of Saadia's introduction to his Judeo-Arabic commentary on Daniel is here published for the first time, along with an annotated English translation.]

Chazan, R., "Daniel 9:24-27: Exegesis and Polemics", in O. Limor – G. G. Strousma (eds.), Contra Iudaeos: Ancient and Medieval Polemics between Christians and Jews (Texts and Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Judaism, 10; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1996) 143-159.

Chazan, R., "Rashi's Commentary on the Book of Daniel: Messianic Speculation and Polemical Argumentation", in G. Dahan – G. Nahon – E. Nicolas (eds.), Rashi et la culture juive en France du Nord au moyen âge (Collection de la Revue des Études Juives, 17; Paris & Louvain: Peeters, 1997) 111-121.

Chazan, R. – B. D. Walfish – M. G. Wechsler, "III. C. Medieval Judaism", in D. Smith-Christopher et al., "Daniel (Book and Person)", EBR 6 (2013) 103-108 (86-135).

Delcor, M., "La prophétie de Daniel (chap. 2 et 7) dans la littérature apocalyptique juive et chrétienne en référence spéciale à l'Empire romain", in P. Catalano – P. Siniscalco (eds.), Popoli e spazio romano tra diritto e profezia. Estratto dagli Atti del III seminario internazionale di Studi storici Da Roma alla Terza Roma del 21-23 aprile 1983 (Napoli: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1986) 11-24

Ego, B., "Daniel und die Rabbinen. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des alttestamentlichen Kanons", Judaica 51 (1995) 18-32.

Frisch, A., The Danielic Discourse on Empire in Second Temple Literature (JSJSup 176; Leiden: Brill, 2016).

Ginzberg, L., The Legends of the Jews. 7 vol. (Philadelphia, PA: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1909-1938). [on Daniel see esp. 4.326-334.337-340.343-350, and respective notes in vol. 6]. Italian: Ginzberg, L., Le leggende degli ebrei. A cura di Elena Loewenthal. Nuova edizione riveduta e ampliata. 2 vol. (Gli Adelphi, 579; Milano: Adelphi, 2019). [the original Italian edition was published in six smaller volumes 1995-2016]

Glessmer, U., "Die 'vier Reiche' aus Daniel in der targumischen Literatur", in J. J. Collins – P. W. Flint (eds.), The Book of Daniel. Composition and Reception. Vol. Two (VTSup 83/2; Leiden: Brill, 2001) 468-489.

Koch, K., "Spätisraelitisch-jüdische und urchristliche Danielrezeption vor und nach der Zerstörung des zweiten Tempels", in R. G. Kratz – T. Krüger (eds.), Rezeption und Auslegung im Alten Testament und in seinem Umfeld. Ein Symposion aus Anlass des 60. Geburtstags von Odil Hannes Steck (OBO 153; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1997) 93-123.

Koch, K., "Die jüdische und christliche Kanonisierung des Danielbuchs als Rezeption unter verändertem geschichtlichen Horizont", in S. Chapman – C. Helmer – C. Landmesser (eds.), Biblischer Text und theologische Theoriebildung (BThSt 44; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2001) 1-25.

Koch, K., "Stages in the Canonization of the Book of Daniel", in J. J. Collins – P. W. Flint (eds.), The Book of Daniel. Composition and Reception. Vol. Two (VTSup 83/2; Leiden: Brill, 2001) 421-446.

Schlossberg, E., "The Character and Exegetical Thrust of R. Saadiah Gaon's Commentary on the Book of Daniel", Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 56 (1990) 5-15 [Heb.], with English Abstract on 16-17.

Schorch, S., "Die Auslegung des Danielbuches in der Schrift 'Die Quellen der Erlösung' des Don Isaak Abravanel (1437–1508)", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 179-197.

Stemberger, G., "Die jüdische Danielrezeption seit der Zerstörung des zweiten Tempels am Beispiel der Endzeitberechnung", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 139-158. Reprinted [same title] in G. Stemberger, Judaica Minora. Teil 1: Biblische Traditionen im rabbinischen Judentum (TSAJ 133; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2010) 203-220.

Stemberger, G., "III. B. Rabbinic Judaism", in D. Smith-Christopher et al., "Daniel (Book and Person)", EBR 6 (2013) 100-103 (86-135).

Tilly, M., "Die Rezeption des Danielbuches im hellenistischen Judentum", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 31-54. Reprinted in G. Mayer – M. Tilly, Lebensform und Lebensnorm im Antiken Judentum: Untersuchungen zur jüdischen Religionssoziologie und Theologie in hellenistisch-römischer Zeit. Herausgegeben von D. Schumann (DCLS 30; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2015) 231-251.

Vermes, G., "Josephus' Treatment of the Book of Daniel", JJS 42 (1991) 149-166.

III.    Studies on the reception of Daniel in the New Testament

Beale, G. K., The Use of Daniel in Jewish Apocalyptic Literature and the Apocalypse of St. John (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1984).

Beale, G. K., "A Reconsideration of the Text of Daniel in the Apocalypse", Bib 67 (1986) 539-543.

Beale, G. K., John's Use of the Old Testament in Revelation (LNTS 166; London: Bloomsbury, 1999.)

Casey, M., Son of Man: The Interpretation and Influence of Daniel 7 (London: SPCK, 1979).

Casey, M., The Solution to the "Son of Man" Problem (LNTS 343; London & New York: T & T Clark, 2007).

Du Toit, D. S., "Die Danielrezeption in Markus 13", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 55-76.

Dunn, J. D. G., "The Danielic Son of Man in the New Testament", in J. J. Collins – P. W. Flint (eds.), The Book of Daniel. Composition and Reception. Vol. Two (VTSup 83/2; Leiden: Brill, 2001) 528-549.

Evans, C. A., "Daniel in the New Testament: Visions of God's Kingdom", in J. J. Collins – P. W. Flint (eds.), The Book of Daniel. Composition and Reception. Vol. Two (VTSup 83/2; Leiden: Brill, 2001) 490-527.

Koch, K., "Spätisraelitisch-jüdische und urchristliche Danielrezeption vor und nach der Zerstörung des zweiten Tempels", in R. G. Kratz – T. Krüger (eds.), Rezeption und Auslegung im Alten Testament und in seinem Umfeld. Ein Symposion aus Anlass des 60. Geburtstags von Odil Hannes Steck (OBO 153; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1997) 93-123.

Koch, K., "Die jüdische und christliche Kanonisierung des Danielbuchs als Rezeption unter verändertem geschichtlichen Horizont", in S. Chapman – C. Helmer – C. Landmesser (eds.), Biblischer Text und theologische Theoriebildung (BThSt 44; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2001) 1-25.

Koch, K., "Stages in the Canonization of the Book of Daniel", in J. J. Collins – P. W. Flint (eds.), The Book of Daniel. Composition and Reception. Vol. Two (VTSup 83/2; Leiden: Brill, 2001) 421-446.

Moyise, S., The Old Testament in the Book of Revelation (JSNTSup 115; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995), esp. Chap. 3: "John's Use of Daniel" (45-63).

Moyise, S., The Old Testament in the New: An Introduction (Continuum Biblical Studies; London: Continuum, 2001). Reissued as: The Old Testament in the New (T & T Clark Approaches to Biblical Studies; London: Continuum International, 2004), see esp. "The Old Testament in Revelation" 117-127 (2001/2004 edition). Second expanded edition: The Old Testament in the New: An Introduction. Second edition (T&T Clark Approaches to Biblical Studies; London/New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2015),

Moyise, S., "The Old Testament in the Book of Revelation", in C. R. Koester (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Book of Revelation (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020) 85-100.

Vetne, R., The Influence and Use of Daniel in the Synoptic Gospels. Diss. Andrews University 2011: available for download here.

Yarbro Collins, A., "The Influence of Daniel on the New Testament", in J. J. Collins, Daniel: A Commentary on the Book of Daniel (Hermeneia; Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 1993) 90-112.

IV.    Studies on Christian reception and interpretation of Daniel: the Patristic period

Bodenmann, R., Naissance d'une exégèse. Daniel dans l'Église ancienne des trois premiers siècles (Beiträge zur Geschichte der biblischen Exegese, 28; Tübingen: Mohr [Siebeck], 1986).

Boer, S. de, "Rome, the 'Translatio Imperii' and the Early-Christian Interpretation of Daniel", Rivista di storia e letteratura religiosa 21 (1985) 181-218.

Borrelli, D., "La funzione del prologo nel Commento a Daniele di Teodoreto di Cirro", in M. Trizio – A. Rigo – A. Babuin (eds.), Vie per Bisanzio: VII Congresso Nazionale dell'Associazione Italiana di Studi Bizantini: Venezia, 25-28 novembre 2009 ( Due punti, 25; Bari: Edizioni di Pagina, 2013) 591-605.

Botha, P. J., "The Interpretation of Daniel 3 in the Syriac Commentary Ascribed to Ephrem the Syrian", Acta Patristica et Byzantina 16 (2005) 29-53.

Botha, P. J., "The Reception of Daniel Chapter 2 in the Commentary Ascribed to Ephrem the Syrian Church Father", Acta Patristica et Byzantina 17 (2006) 119-143.

Botha, P. J., "A Comparison between the Comments on Daniel in the Syriac Commentary on the Diatessaron and the Syriac Commentary on Daniel", Acta Patristica et Byzantina 18 (2007) 1-13.

Botha, P. J., "The Relevance of the Book of Daniel for Fourth-Century Christianity according to the Commentary Ascribed to Ephrem the Syrian", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 99-122.

Bracht, K., "Logos parainetikos: Der Danielkommentar des Hippolyt", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 79-97.

Bracht, K., Hippolyts Schrift In Danielem: Kommunikative Strategien eines fruhchristlichen Kommentars (Studien und Texte zu Antike und Christentum / Studies and Texts in Antiquity and Christianity, 85; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014).

Bracht, K., "The Four Kingdoms of Daniel in Hippolytus's Commentary on Daniel", in A. B. Perrin – L. T. Stuckenbruck (eds.), Four Kingdom Motifs Before and Beyond the Book of Daniel (Themes in Biblical Narrative: Jewish and Christian Traditions, 28; Leiden: Brill, 2021) 167-190.

Braverman, J., Jerome's Commentary on Daniel. A Study of Comparative Jewish and Christian Interpretations of the Hebrew Bible (CBQMS 7; Washington: Catholic Biblical Association, 1978).

Casey, P. M., "Porphyry and the Origin of the Book of Daniel", JTS N.S. 27 (1976) 15-33.

Casey, M., "Porphyry and Syrian Exegesis of the Book of Daniel", ZNW 81 (1990) 139-142.

Courtray, R., "La réception du Commentaire sur Daniel de Jérôme dans l'Occident médiéval chrétien (VIIe-XIIe siècle)", Sacris erudiri 44 (2005) 117-187.

Courtray, R., "Der Danielkommentar des Hieronymus", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 123-150.

Courtray, R., Prophète des temps derniers: Jérôme commente "Daniel" (Théologie historique, 119; Paris: Beauchesne, 2009).

Delcor, M., "La prophétie de Daniel (chap. 2 et 7) dans la littérature apocalyptique juive et chrétienne en référence spéciale à l'Empire romain", in P. Catalano – P. Siniscalco (eds.), Popoli e spazio romano tra diritto e profezia. Estratto dagli Atti del III seminario internazionale di Studi storici Da Roma alla Terza Roma del 21-23 aprile 1983 (Napoli: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1986) 11-24

Halpern-Amaru, B., "The Journey of Susanna among the Church Fathers" in E. Spolsky (ed.), The Judgment of Susanna: Authority and Witness (EJL 11; Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press, 1996) 21-34.

Henten, J. W. van, "Daniel 3 and 6 in Early Christian Literature", in J. J. Collins – P. W. Flint (eds.), The Book of Daniel. Composition and Reception. Vol. One (VTSup 83/1; Leiden: Brill, 2001) 149-169.

Henze, M., The Madness of King Nebuchadnezzar: The Ancient Near Eastern Origins and Early History of Interpretation of Daniel 4 (JSJSup 61; Leiden: Brill, 1999).

Henze, M., "Nebuchadnezzar's Madness (Daniel 4) in Syriac Literature", in J. J. Collins – P. W. Flint (eds.), The Book of Daniel. Composition and Reception. Vol. One (VTSup 83/1; Leiden: Brill, 2001) 550-571.

Hidal, S., "Apocalypse, Persecution and Exegesis: Hippolytus and Theodoret of Cyrrhus on the Book of Daniel", in K. Jeppesen – K. Nielsen – B. Rosendal (eds.), In the Last Days. On Jewish and Christian Apocalyptic and its Period (Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 1994) 49-53.

Hill, R. C., "The Commentary on Daniel by Theodoret of Cyrus", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 151-163.

Hooker, M., "Polychronius of Apamea and Daniel 11: Seleucid History through the Eyes of an Antiochene Biblical Interpreter", in R. Oetjen (ed.), New Perspectives in Seleucid History, Archaeology and Numismatics. Studies in Honor of Getzel M. Cohen (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde, 355; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2020) 705-720.

Knowles, L. E., "The Interpretation of the Seventy Weeks of Daniel in the Early Fathers", WTJ 7 (1945) 136-160.

Köbert, R., "Zur Daniel-Abhandlung des Simeon von Edessa", Bib 63 (1982) 63-78.

Kritzinger, J. P. K., "St Jerome's Commentary on Daniel 3", Acta Patristica et Byzantina 16 (2005) 54-69.

Lucrezi, F., "Daniele, la sibilla, l'impero", in P. Catalano – P. Siniscalco (eds.), Popoli e spazio romano tra diritto e profezia. Estratto dagli Atti del III seminario internazionale di Studi storici Da Roma alla Terza Roma del 21-23 aprile 1983 (Napoli: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1986) 25-36.

Magny, A., "Porphyre, Hippolyte, et Origène commentent sur Daniel", in I. H. Henderson – G. S. Oegema (eds.), The Changing Face of Judaism, Christianity and other Greco-Roman Religions in Antiquity (Studien zu den Jüdischen Schriften aus hellenistisch-römischer Zeit, 2; Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 2006) 427-451.

Mayer, C., "Dani(h)el (propheta et liber)", in C. Mayer (ed.), Augustinus-Lexikon. Band 2: Cor–Fides (Basel: Schwabe, 1996-2002) 227-234. [each vol. came out in Lieferungen]

Oegema, G. S., "Die Danielrezeption in der Alten Kirche", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 84-104.

Oegema, G. S., "Back to the Future in the Early Church: The Use of the Book of Daniel in Early Patristic Eschatology", in P. G. Kirkpatrick – T. Goltz (eds.), The Function of Ancient Historiography in Biblical and Cognate Studies (LHB/OTS 489; New York and London: T & T Clark International, 2008) 152-161. Revised version [same title] in G. S. Oegema, Apocalyptic Interpretation of the Bible: Apocalypticism and Biblical Interpretation in Early Judaism, the Apostle Paul, the Historical Jesus, and Their Reception History (Jewish and Christian Texts, 13; London & New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2012) 143-157.

Pavan, M., "Le profezie di Daniele e il destino di Roma negli scrittori latini cristiani dopo Costantino", in P. Catalano – P. Siniscalco (eds.), Popoli e spazio romano tra diritto e profezia. Estratto dagli Atti del III seminario internazionale di Studi storici Da Roma alla Terza Roma del 21-23 aprile 1983 (Napoli: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1986) 291-308.

Podskalsky, G., "La profezia di Daniele (cc. 2 e 7) negli scrittori dell'impero romano d'Oriente", in P. Catalano – P. Siniscalco (eds.), Popoli e spazio romano tra diritto e profezia. Estratto dagli Atti del III seminario internazionale di Studi storici Da Roma alla Terza Roma del 21-23 aprile 1983 (Napoli: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1986) 309-320.

Reaburn, M., "St Jerome and Porphyry Interpret the Book of Daniel", Australian Biblical Review 52 (2004) 1-18.

Richard, M., "Pour une nouvelle édition du commentaire de S. Hippolyte sur Daniel", in P. Granfield – J. A. Jungmann (eds.), Kyriakon. Festschrift Johannes Quasten. 2 Vol. (Münster: Aschendorff, 1970) I. 69-78.

Simonetti, M., "L'esegesi patristica di Daniele 2 e 7 nel II e III secolo", in P. Catalano – P. Siniscalco (eds.), Popoli e spazio romano tra diritto e profezia. Estratto dagli Atti del III seminario internazionale di Studi storici Da Roma alla Terza Roma del 21-23 aprile 1983 (Napoli: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1986) 37-47.

Stander, H. F., "Chrysostom's Interpretation of the Narrative of the Three Confessors in the Fiery Furnace", Acta Patristica et Byzantina 16 (2005) 91-105.

Trakatellis, D., "ΛΟΓΟΣ ΑΓΩΝΙΣΤΙΚΟΣ: Hippolytus' Commentary on Daniel", in L. Bormann – K. Del Tredici – A. Standhartinger (eds.), Religious Propaganda and Missionary Competition in the New Testament World. Essays Honoring Dieter Georgi (NovTSup 74; Leiden: Brill, 1994) 527-550. [upper-case Greek in the original]

Tubach, J., "Die syrische Danielrezeption", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 105-138.

Wiesehöfer, J., "Vom 'oberen Asien' zur 'gesamten gewohnten Welt'. Die hellenistisch-römische Weltreichtheorie", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 66-83.

V.    Studies on Christian reception and interpretation of Daniel: between ca. 750 and 1499

Courtray, R., "La réception du Commentaire sur Daniel de Jérôme dans l'Occident médiéval chrétien (VIIe-XIIe siècle)", Sacris erudiri 44 (2005) 117-187.

Cowe, S. P., "The Reception of the Book of Daniel in Late Ancient and Medieval Armenian Society", in K. B. Bardakjian – S. La Porta (eds.), The Armenian Apocalyptic Tradition: A Comparative Perspective. Essays Presented in the Honor of Professor Robert W. Thomson on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday (SVTP 25; Leiden: Brill, 2014) 81-125.

Goez, W., "Die Danielrezeption im Abendland: Spätantike und Mittelalter", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 176-196.

Gorman, M., "Peter of Pisa and the Quaestiunculae copied for Charlemagne in Brussels II 2572", Revue bénédictine 110 (2000) 238-260. ["Bruxelles, Bibliothèque Royale II 2572" is the manuscript that contains the commentary on Daniel by Petrus Archidiaconus / Peter of Pisa]

Krey, P. D. W., "Nicholas of Lyra's Commentary on Daniel in the Literal Postill (1329)", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 199-215.

Röcke, W., "Die Danielprophetie als Reflexionsmodus revolutionärer Phantasien im Spätmittelalter", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 245-267.

Shimahara, S., "Le succès médiéval de l'Annotation brève sur Daniel d'Haymon d'Auxerre, texte scolaire carolingien exhortant à la rèform", in S. Shimahara (ed.), Études d'exégèse carolingienne: Autour d'Haymon d'Auxerre (Collection Haut Moyen Âge, 4; Turnhout: Brepols, 2007) 123-164.

Shimahara, S., "Daniel et les visions politiques à l'époque carolingienne", Médiévales 55 (automne 2008): online here http://journals.openedition.org/medievales/5437.

Tamcke, M., "Die byzantinisch-russische Reichseschatologie vor den Herausforderungen der Geschichte. Mosaiksteine zur Rezeption der 4(3)-Monarchien-Theorie in Russland und ihrer byzantinischen Vorgeschichte", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 197-224.

Webb, J. R., "'Knowledge Will Be Manifold': Daniel 12.4 and the Idea of Intellectual Progress in the Middle Ages", Speculum 89 (2014) 307-357.

Zier, M. A., "The Medieval Latin Interpretation of Daniel: Antecedents to Andrew of St. Victor", Recherches de théologie ancienne et médiévale 58 (1991) 43-78.

Zier, M., "Nicholas of Lyra on the Book of Daniel", in P. D. W. Krey – L. Smith (eds.), Nicholas of Lyra. The Senses of Scripture (Studies in the History of Christian Thought, 90; Leiden: Brill, 2000) 173-193.

VI.    Studies on Christian reception and interpretation of Daniel: between ca. 1500 and 1799

Campi, E., "Über das Ende des Weltzeitalters. Aspekte der Rezeption des Danielbuches bei Heinrich Bullinger", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 225-238.

Collins, A. Yarbro – J. J. Collins, "The Book of Truth: Daniel as Reliable Witness to Past and Future in the United States of America", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 385-404.

Delgado, M., "Der Traum von der Universalmonarchie. Zur Danielrezeption in den iberischen Kulturen nach 1492", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 252-305.

Delgado, M., "El quintomonarquismo hispano. Sobre la recepción del libro de Daniel de 1492 a 1800", Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Theologie 50 (2003) 313-333.

Koch, K., "Europabewusstsein und Danielrezeption zwischen 1648 und 1848", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 326-384.

Koch, K., "Daniel in der Ikonografie des Reformationszeitalters", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 269-291.

Mandelbrote, S., "Isaac Newton and the Exegesis of the Book of Daniel", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 351-375.

Miegge, M., "Regnum quartum ferreum und lapis de monte. Die kritische Wende in der Danielinterpretation im 16. Jahrhundert und ihre Folgen in Theologie und Politik", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 239-251.

Nicole, E., "Eschatologie et Ancien Testament à l'époque de la Réforme: quelques commentaires sur le livre de Daniel", Hokma 115 (2019) 41-60. [discusses Luther & Melanchthon; Calvin]

Pitkin, B., "Prophecy and History in Calvin's Lectures on Daniel (1561)", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 323-347. Revised and updated version in B. Pitkin, Calvin, the Bible, and History: Exegesis and Historical Reflection in the Era of Reform (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020) 141-164 [Chapter 6, "Prophecy and History in Calvin’s Lectures on Daniel"].

Reventlow, H. Graf, "The Saints of the Most High und die Rätsel der Chronologie. Danielinterpretation in England im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 306-325.

Scheible, H., "Melanchthons Verständnis des Danielbuchs", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 293-321.

Strohm, S., "Luthers Vorrede zum Propheten Daniel in seiner Deutschen Bibel", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 219-243.

Tamcke, M., "Die byzantinisch-russische Reichseschatologie vor den Herausforderungen der Geschichte. Mosaiksteine zur Rezeption der 4(3)-Monarchien-Theorie in Russland und ihrer byzantinischen Vorgeschichte", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 197-224.

Valdez, M. A. T., Historical Interpretations of the "Fifth Empire": The Dynamics of Periodization from Daniel to António Vieira, S.J. (Studies in the History of Christian Traditions, 149; Leiden: Brill, 2011).

Würffel, S. B., "Reichs-Traum und Reichs-Trauma. Danielmotive in deutscher Sicht", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 405-425.

VII.    Studies on Islamic reception of Daniel

Bobzin, H., "Zur islamischen Danielrezeption", in M. Delgado – K. Koch – E. Marsch (eds.), Europa, Tausendjähriges Reich und Neue Welt. Zwei Jahrtausende Geschichte und Utopie in der Rezeption des Danielbuches (Studien zur christlichen Religions- und Kulturgeschichte, 1; Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2003) 159-175.

Bobzin, H., "Bemerkungen zu Daniel in der islamischen Tradition", in K. Bracht – D. S. du Toit (eds.), Die Geschichte der Daniel-Auslegung in Judentum, Christentum und Islam: Studien zur Kommentierung des Danielbuches in Literatur und Kunst (BZAW 371; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007) 167-178.

Hämeen-Anttila, J., "V. Islam", in D. Smith-Christopher, et al., "Daniel (Book and Person)", EBR 6 (2013) 121-124 (86-135).

VIII.    Appendix: Online resources

1.   The Post-Reformation Digital Library
This site gives convenient access to online versions of very many of the works noted above.
From the homepage: "The Post-Reformation Digital Library (PRDL) is a select database of digital books relating to the development of theology and philosophy during the Reformation and Post-Reformation/Early Modern Era (late 15th-18th c.). Late medieval and patristic works printed and referenced in the early modern era are also included."

2.   German-language printed material from the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries
The following resources can often supply titles that are missing in PRDL.
VD16: Das Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachbereich erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts
VD17: Das Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachraum erschienenen Drucke des 17. Jahrhunderts
VD18: Das Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachraum erschienenen Drucke des 18. Jahrhunderts
All three are easily accessible through the very useful "Karlsruher Virtueller Katalog" here.

3.   Carpzov's Introductio
Offers abundant bibliographies on the book of Daniel, especially for the period 1500-1750.
Carpzov, Johann Gottlob, Introductio ad libros propheticos Bibliorum Veteris Testamenti, praecognita critica et historica, ac autoritatis vindicias exponens. Editio quarta (Lipsiae: sumpt. haeredum Lankisianorum, 1757). [first edition 1721] [the work is available in Google Books here, and there is a link to it in the PRDL also]

4.   Rosenmüller's Scholia
For further details on this work see here.
Rosenmüller, E. F. K., Scholia in Vetus Testamentum. Pars decima, Danielem continens. Daniel: latine vertit et annotatione perpetua illustravit Ern. Frid. Car. Rosenmüller (Lipsiae: sumtibus Ioh. Ambros. Barthii, 1832): his "Elenchus interpretum libri Danielis" is on pp. 38-51. [the work is available in Google Books here]