Hill Museum & Manuscript Library

The Hill Museum and Manuscript Library (HMML) at St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota is building an archive of reproductions of Eastern Christian manuscripts, especially those in danger of damage or destruction, under the direction of Professor Columba Stewart.  According to the website, there are now over 125,000 manuscripts on microfilm or digitized. Continue reading

Medieval Nubia

A central resource for the developing field of Old Nubian studies, administered by Giovanni Ruffini of Fairfield University.  A highlight of the site is the series of important overview articles by William Adams, who has over forty years of experience as an excavator of medieval Nubian sites. Continue reading

Digital Images of the Cologne Mani Codex (CMC)

On the website of the University of Cologne’s Papyrus-Sammlung, an extremely important collection of ancient documents, high-resolution digital images of the Cologne Mani Codex are available: Continue reading

Digital Images of Codex Bezae

The Codex Bezae is now available online in digitized form, as part of Cambridge Digital Library’s Treasures of the Library collection.  It is possible to browse the manuscript, download an image of each page as a .jpg file with the click of a button, or even directly request publication rights. 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