Pyle: Gateway to Greek Manuscripts

This is an essential website for the study of Greek manuscripts from the Byzantine period, administered by Pasquale Orsini of the Università di Catania-Siracusa.  Its resources include information on manuscript catalogues, with some print catalogues available for download as pdfs; bibliography on paleography and codicology, with links to books available online; Continue reading

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“Rome Wasn’t Digitized in a Day”

This open-access book by Alison Babeu, Digital Librarian and research coordinator of the venerable Perseus Project, is available for download as a searchable pdf from the website of the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Continue reading

Dukhrana

Dukhrana (Syriac for “remembrance”) is a blog devoted to Syriac studies, especially the Peshitta, administered by Lars Lindgren, and making use of George Kiraz’s Syriac Electronic Data Retrieval Archive (SEDRA).  In addition to digital images of several manuscripts, the entire Peshitta is available as an electronic text, which can be browsed by chapter, with the options of displaying English translations of the Peshitta, as well as Greek and Latin biblical texts, simultaneously. Continue reading

Aramaico

A Portuguese language blog on Aramaic language and culture; includes a series of well-organized links to Syriac texts, which are arranged both according to ancient authors and modern series, namely CSCO  Scriptores Syri and Patrologia Orientalis, from either Google Books or the Internet Archive. Continue reading

Alin Suciu on Coptic Literature and Codicology

This extraordinary site includes updates on Alin Suciu’s manuscript studies, mostly of homiletic, apocryphal, and ascetic literature; occasional guest posts by other scholars on their ongoing research; and an excellent collection of out-of-copyright Coptic editions and monographs. Continue reading

The Tertullian Project

Roger Pearse’s self-described “amateur” site is devoted to the works of Tertullian, the heart of which is a bibliography of studies, translations, and editions of individual works, many with links to online versions.  There is also much helpful technical information on the manuscript tradition. Continue reading