Patrologia Graeca (ed. Migne)
Patrologia Latina (ed. Migne)
- The Patristics Master List (Monachos.net)
A similar resource, but including a large number of locally hosted texts. Well-maintained and superbly useful.
- Institut des Sources Chrétiennes
The « Institut des Sources Chrétiennes » (Christian Sources Research Centre) was affiliated to the CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) in response to the specific needs relative to the scholarship and works involved in studying and editing historical Christian texts. This research group is made up of several scholars who compile and analyse studies prepared by a network of French and foreign associates.
- Early Church Fathers (Roger Pearse)
A Web library of out-of-copyright translations of Early Christian and Late Antique pagan authors not found elsewhere. The site author (see also his Tertullian website) does an exceptional job with formatting and includes volume introductions, notes, and also additional material for select authors. Also provided are links to fonts required to display citations from non-Latin original-language texts. A model resource. Mirror site is found here.
- Internet Medieval Sourcebook
The three primary divisions of the Sourcebook are (1) the Selected Sources page which presents a selection of primary and secondary texts chronologically and topically, intended to be a student resource; (2) a Full Text Sources page which groups all archived primary texts by type and period; and (3) Saints’ Lives page devoted to hagiographical texts and resources. The main page also contains useful supplementary material and indices.
- Early Church Fathers (Calvin College)
An archive containing all volumes (less indices) of the Ante-Nicene Fathers (ANF) and Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers (NPNF) in searchable format. All works can be freely viewed online, downloaded for free as text files, or downloaded as pdfs for a fee.
- New Advent: Fathers of the Church
This archive also has e-texts of ANF and NPNF, as per Early Church Fathers (Calvin College), but arranged alphabetically by author.
- EWTN Patristics Library
Another site from which ANF and NPNF may be downloaded. Prefatory notes indicate that EWTN has corrected the texts; they may be more accurate than those posted to other sites.
- St. Pachomius Library
This site began as an edited version of The Ecole Initiative’s documents page, but over time is developing into “A First Draft for a Living Encyclopædia of Orthodox Christianity.”
- Guide to Early Church Documents (ICLnet)
An updated version of the UPenn guide to early Christian texts, primarily in the UPenn archives, and other related resources. The UPenn texts are searchable.