Roger Pearse's Pages
Thanks for visiting this site. There's no theme
to the subjects discussed below, except that I'm interested in
them and think maybe someone else might be too, or for some
reason I have some information to hand which might be useful to someone.
ABOUT THE ANCIENT WORLD
Lost Gospel" - A manuscript find in Berlin in
1997 of a gnostic gospel, similar to the Coptic Gospel of
Thomas. All the real information I can find, and an
evaluation of it.
Tertullian Project - A personal perspective on this
ancient Latin writer. Manuscripts, Latin, Rare Books,
Lost Works, and other things about one of the funniest
writers of antiquity.
Latin-to-English Translation Assistant program I've produced to ease
the Latin-to-English gap.
Church Fathers - Additional - English translations of the
fathers which aren't available elsewhere online, collected. Also a
mirror of the now unavailable CCEL Early
Church Fathers in the v2 form.
The Syriac Library - Syriac public domain texts.
of ancient authors - How did these texts get to us? Here
are some notes on what physical remains there are of various
authors. Just what manuscripts actually exist, and of what
Oriental Fathers - some notes on Syriac, Armenian, Arabic Georgian,
Coptic and Ethiopian literature.
Library - Things I've scanned which don't belong with Tertullian or
Classical Library - A collection of English translations of the
classics on a bit of spare webspace, since no-one else seems to want to
Song of the Gnostic Slave - Some verses I posted to usenet, which I
place here, now that the Deja archive is no more, because I didn't want to
Some PDFs - PDF's of public domain
journal articles and books.
blog - mostly on things ancient and patristic.
my pages on Mithraic studies.
TIPS ON HOUSEHOLD THINGS
Like most things on the 'net, these pages are the
product of amateur interest (and so is the 'net, come to think of
it). This means there may be unintentional errors of fact or
interpretation in them. I would welcome constructive comment, and
corrections of matters of fact. Many of these pages are now very old, it
must be said, and I haven't looked at them in years. Others are the
subject of constant update.
Last updated 21st of October
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