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

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

Claremont Coptic Encyclopedia

The Claremont Coptic encyclopedia is an “updated and continuously expanding and evolving web-based version of the Coptic Encyclopedia,” an exemplary multi-volume work published in 1991 (editor: Aziz Atiya), significantly ahead of similar resources in Syriac and Ethiopic Christianity. Continue reading

Patrologia Latina Online

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

Patrologia Graeca Online

This site provides links to Google Books or the Internet Archive for each volume of the series Patrologia Graeca; 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

Bibliographies for the Study of Early Christianity & Patristic Theology

This site is a large, partially annotated bibliography of English-language scholarship compiled by William Harmless, S.J., of Creighton University.  Though very far from comprehensive, it offers a generally reasonable selection, last updated in 2011.  The bibliography is divided into ten sections: Continue reading

John Chrysostom Bibliography

This bibliography of John Chrysostom, including the many works ascribed to him pseudonymously, is a project of the Centre for Early Christian Studies at Australian Catholic University.  One can browse online by letter (of author’s last name); and download the entire file as a searchable pdf file. Continue reading

Grégoire de Nysse

This site is administered by Albert Fandos, Guillaume Bady, Luc Fritz, and Timothée Lecaudey, with the support of Editions du Cerf and the Institut des Sources chrétiennes.  It contains an overview of Gregory of Nyssa’s life, by Fandos; a series of translations into French, some from the 19th century, others modern yet unpublished, and one from Sources chrétiennes.  Finally, there is a substantial (but not comprehensive or searchable) bibliography for Gregory of Nyssa compiled by Monique Alexandre in 2001; Continue reading

Grégoire de Nazianze: Bibliographie générale

A comprehensive, online bibliography of Gregory Nazianzen, administered by Andrea Schmidt and Isabelle Isebaert-Cauuet at the Université catholique de Louvain, Institut Orientaliste, Centre d’Études sur Grégoire de Nazianze.  Although the site is not browsable, it can be searched in several categories, including author, title, various keywords, year of publication, and language: Continue reading

Finding Augustine

This site represents a collaborative effort between Villanova University and the Augustinian Historical Institute at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.  It is essentially a bibliography of Augustine, tagged for content, and arranged accordingly into a hierarchy of browsable categories.  The database was originally in French, with the translation into English and other languages incomplete (including for some categories), but ongoing. Continue reading