This site, administered by John Paul Adams of Cal State-Northridge, is a bibliography of the Roman Imperial Cult, last updated in May 2004. It is arranged by subject matter: General; Cult Features; Priests and Officials; Individual Emperors; The City of Rome; Army; and The Provinces. Continue reading
This site is compiled and maintained by Martine Cuypers at Trinity College Dublin, with the support of the Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek initially and now of the School of Histories and Humanities at TCD. It is an evolving bibliography (last updated in August 2011), organized into 6 major categories, including Hellenistic Poets, Epigrammatists, and Imperial Greek Poets. The latter features a number of Late-Antique authors, including Eudocia, Nonnus, and the Orphic Poems, Continue reading
This bibliographic database, compiled and hosted at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Center for the Study of Christianity, covers scholarship in multiple languages from the 17th-century to 2012. One can conveniently browse or search the database by author, year, era, or keyword (reflecting the generous tagging of each individual entry for content). Continue reading
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
This site is associated with the Encyclopaedia Aethiopica, a massive reference work of Ethiopian history from the pre-Christian to the modern periods, of which four (of five) volumes have already been published. Although the site contains no research tools as such, there are useful items such as a list of articles in the EAE, and, most notably, a bibliography of standard monographs, travel narratives, reference works, and journals on the history, culture, and languages of Ethiopia.
This site provides links to Google Books or the Internet Archive for each volume of the series Patrologia Latina; it is also possible to download a searchable pdf. While not as powerful a research tool as the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae, it is open access, and allows for a fast and convenient method of tracking down references to Migne. Continue reading
This is a growing bibliography (5,768 entries as of May 2012), of fundamental importance to the field. Although it is not yet comprehensive, it is distinguished by its scope: Greek, Latin, Syriac, and Coptic monasticism are all covered; and early medieval monasticism, the study of which is usually inexplicably separate from its Late Antique past, is equally well represented, at any rate for the Latin West. Continue reading