- Athanasius Werke
Website operated by members of the team responsible for the ongoing publication of the Berlin edition of Athanasius’ corpus (Athanasius Werke). It provides information on that project and a bibliography of Athanasian scholarship beginning from 1997.
Augustine of Hippo
A premier resource on Augustine maintained by the editors of the Nuova Biblioteca Agostiniana. It includes links to translations and various Web resources in English and several other languages, as well as Migne’s Latin edition.
- Augustine on the Internet
An outstanding site with numerous texts in both Latin and English translation, as well as many secondary works. New material is added regularly. Now available online are two of Prof. James J. O’Donnell’s works on Augustine: Augustine, Twayne World Authors 759 (Boston: G.K. Hall, 1985) and Augustine: Confessions (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992) (alternate site). Prof. O’Donnell is also opening up his seminar on “The Unknown Augustine” to the online community.
- Augustine (Gerald Schlabach)Links to select texts by and Prof. Schlabach’s own work on Augustine. Noteworthy are his selections from City of God and On Christian Doctrine.
The resources found on this site include: a database of secondary literature on Augustine (c. 25.000 titles); information on the Augustinus-Lexikon; and information on the Corpus Augustinianum Gissense (CAG); as well as a number of articles and translated texts.
- Boethius: Consolatio Philosophiae
The complete Latin text and commentary of James O’Donnell’s (2d) edition (Bryn Mawr, 1990). Note also the English translation of W.V. Cooper (London, 1902).
- Boethius (World Cultures
Brief overview of Boethius’ life and work.
- Projektgruppe Kyrill von Alexandrien – Contra Iulianum
Homepage for a group producing a critical edition and translation of Cyril’s Contra Julianum, also containing links to other sites relevant to Cyril (mainly translations).
- Egeria & The Liturgy of Jerusalem
Text and translation of and bibliography on Egeria’s description of the Jerusalem Liturgical Year by Prof. Michael Fraser.
Eusebius of Caesaea
- Eusebius of Caesarea (R. Pearse)
Links to a number of Web pages by the author on Eusebius, including a biblio of editions and translations. See author’s Early Church Fathers website for additional translations of Eusebius.
Evagrius of Pontus
- Evagrius Ponticus (J. Kalvesmaki)
Updated quarterly, it provides definitive, integrated lists of Evagrius’s works, of editions and translations of those works, and of studies related to his life and thought. The Guide also includes a sourcebook of key ancient testimonies to Evagrius and his reception, in English translation, as well as a checklist of images from the ancient world.
- NAZIANZOS: The Gregory of Nazianzen Homepage
Website of the Centre Grégoire de Nazianze at Louvain. Found here is a biography, biblio of all translations into Fr., Ger., It. and Eng., a general bibliography, and information on the Center. In French.
Gregory of Nyssa
- The Gregory of Nyssa Homepage
Another excellent site with numerous texts, biblio, research and conference news, and links.
- Forschungsstelle Gregor von Nyssa
Provides information on the Forschungsstelle Gregor von Nyssa der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster and its projects as well as a short biography of Gregory.
- Chrysostom Bibliography
A comprehensive bibliography of John Chrysostom.
- The St. John Chrysostom Webpage
A devotional rather than academic site, but well done. Contains the expected vie et œuvre, but also a page of icons.
- Jackson Bryce’s Bibliography of Lactantius
This bibliography, originally put up in 1999, is now revised for the second time as of August, 2007.
Nonnos of Panopolis
- Paraphrase of the Gospel of John
This is the first English translation of Nonnos’ work, by Tony Prost, and includes some related historical information. The translation is roughly 1/3 complete to date.
- Adamantius: A Newsletter for Origenian and Alexandrian Research
This site has information on the “Italian Research Group on Origen and the Alexandrian Tradition,” including conference proceedings, reports on current members and projects, and a very useful biblio of recent works on Origen and the Origenian tradition. In Italian.
- Arbeitskreis Origenes
A popular site surveying the life and works of Origen. Somewhat eccentric, but reproduces a few articles of academic interest.
- The Tertullian Project
An excellent site for both students and scholars. Contains discussion and summaries of his writings and thought, links to both Latin texts and English translations, bibliography, reviews, discussion of manuscripts, and much else.