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New Advent

New Advent has all the Fathers, including full Summa Theologica and an amazingencyclopaedia


Fathers

New Advent has all the Fathers, including full Summa Theologica and an amazingencyclopaedia


Summa Theologica

New Advent has all the Fathers, including full Summa Theologica and an amazingencyclopaedia


encyclopaedia

New Advent has all the Fathers, including full Summa Theologica and an amazingencyclopaedia


Documenta Catholica Omnia

Documenta Catholica Omnia has collected files and PDF scans of a huge number of documents - even Galileo's works!


Galileo's works

Documenta Catholica Omnia has collected files and PDF scans of a huge number of documents - even Galileo's works!


Contra Gentiles

Elsewhere for Contra Gentiles, Orders & Organisations

Orthodox Documents

St. Pachomius Library

St. Pachomius Library has virtually everything Orthodox


Reformation Texts

Post-Reformation Digital Library

Post-Reformation Digital Library has a huge and well-organised set of downloadable texts.


Hanover texts

Hanover texts, include Baxter, Bunyan, Calvin, Elizabethan Homilies, Fox (i.e. condensed Foxe), Hooker, Law, Luther, Melanchthon, Wesley and others.


Project Wittenberg

Project Wittenberg is better to for Luther related texts


Huge general collections of historical texts

Ecole

Ecole has texts up to 1500. Not maintained since 2007. Archive is however still available.


Christian Classics Ethereal Library

Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL) has virtually everything 'Christian'


The Internet Medieval Sourcebook

The Internet Medieval Sourcebook covers a very wide historical period


Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg - a huge collection of almost everything, but not easy to use


Oxford Text Archive

Oxford Text Archive Mostly English Literature texts, but this massive archive also has many Church History texts


EST: English Short Title Catalogue

EST: English Short Title Catalogue (Cambridge University access)--Full library records for all the books printed in Great Britain or any of its dependencies in any language, as well as for materials printed in English anywhere else in the world from 1473-


More..

EST: English Short Title Catalogue (Cambridge University access)--Full library records for all the books printed in Great Britain or any of its dependencies in any language, as well as for materials printed in English anywhere else in the world from 1473-1800. More..


EEBO: Early English Books Online

EEBO: Early English Books Online--Aims to put all the books in the English Short Title catalogue online as page images. They have already completed thousands of titles including works by Malory, Bacon, More, Erasmus, Boyle, Newton, Galileo etc, using the 10,000 feet of microfilm which make up the The Early English Books library.


Miscellanious

Hall of Church History

MedievalChurch.org.uk

ReformationChurch.org.uk














Greek and Latin original texts:


For searching all the Greek and Latin texts you still have to pay.

- Greek texts up to about 600 CE are on the TLG (Thesaurus Linguae Graecae)

- Latin texts are on the Patrologia Latina (Cambridge subscription)

CLCLT Library of Latin Texts searchable collection of virtually all Latin texts (Tyndale access via Cambridge University)

Beprolis' In Principio - a bibliography of about 1million latin texts (Cambridge University subscribes)


There are also some good free Web collections, especially: Bibliotheca Augustanaand Perseus


Catholic Documents

New Advent has all the Fathers, including full Summa Theologica and an amazingencyclopaedia 

Documenta Catholica Omnia has collected files and PDF scans of a huge number of documents - even Galileo's works!

Elsewhere for Contra GentilesOrders & Organisations



Orthodox Documents



St. Pachomius Library has virtually everything Orthodox


Reformation Texts


Post-Reformation Digital Library has a huge and well-organised set of downloadable texts. 


Hanover texts, include Baxter, Bunyan, Calvin, Elizabethan Homilies, Fox (i.e. condensed Foxe), Hooker, Law, Luther, Melanchthon, Wesley and others.

Project Wittenberg is better to for Luther related texts


Ecole has texts up to 1500

Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL) has virtually everything 'Christian'

The Internet Medieval Sourcebook covers a very wide historical period

Project Gutenberg - a huge collection of almost everything, but not easy to use 

Oxford Text Archive Mostly English Literature texts, but this massive archive also has many Church History texts


EST: English Short Title Catalogue (Cambridge University access)

Full library records for all the books printed in Great Britain or any of its dependencies in any language, as well as for materials printed in English anywhere else in the world from 1473-1800. More..



Huge general collections of historical texts


EEBO: Early English Books Online

Aims to put all the books in the English Short Title catalogue online as page images. They have already completed thousands of titles including works by Malory, Bacon, More, Erasmus, Boyle, Newton, Galileo etc, using the 10,000 feet of microfilm which make up the The Early English Books library.