Evagrius Ponticus

This site is maintained by Joel Kalvesmaki of Dumbarton Oaks; it includes a number of resources on the pivotal Egyptian monastic theorist Evagrius of Pontus.  The periodically updated bibliography now has 578 entries, which can be searched by keyword or sorted by year of publication, publication type, and author; online links are provided when available. Continue reading

Database of Coptic Textiles

The Department of Anthropology at the California Academy of Sciences offers this unique site has short introductions (with images) to Coptic weaving techniques and textiles, and a searchable photographic database of all 81 Coptic textiles in its Rietz collection; to my knowledge, no online resource of similar scope exists for this important form of Late Antique art. 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

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