Philo, De Spec. Deut. 22:5, and Nazir, 59a, with Ant. Philo, De Spec. C. Ap. ii. 27. Comp. Josephus, from a different motive, is silent about the golden calf and the breaking of the tablets of stone. Those incidents, to his mind, did not reflect credit on his people; therefore they were not to be disclosed to Greek and Roman readers.