Work In Progress
A new site has been opened at the CSEL site, indicating who is
working on what. It includes something on Tertullian editions upcoming as
Where to find information
The main problem faced by a layman such as myself
in locating information about Tertullian, the Early Church, the
classical world, manuscripts, etc, is simply where to look. The
following pages are bibliographies, which indicate documents
where the materials may be found, or that have information about
- "http://www.slu.edu/libraries/pius/resguides/earchurc.html" - Library
Guide:PATRISTICS/EARLY CHURCH HISTORY at the Pius XII
An excellent introduction. How to find books, articles,
critical editions, translations, together with standard
- A site at "http://people.vanderbilt.edu/~james.p.burns/chroma/index.html" - The
Practise of Christianity in Roman North Africa has
academic papers in progress, including some by the
expert on Montanism, William Tabbernee. Well
worth a look, especially for the theologically
minded. Currently it also has some papers on books
and libraries in 200AD!
- BIBP - A
Patristics Bibliography search engine
- A French bibliography engine which includes online articles. Enter
'Tertull' in the subject box to get results. I looked under 'Tacit'
also and there was plenty of material.
- Bibliotheca Classica Selecta -
French texts of the Classics online. Jacques Poucet's
ground-breaking site (which includes some nice words about this site!)
- Here are some sites on manuscript abbreviations:
Producing Books in the Ancient World
Many people will have little idea about how books were
produced in the ancient world, the materials involved, and the
processes whereby they have reached us. The following pages deal
with these matters.
Other Links of Interest
Some other links of interest.
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