CSEL (Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum)

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* http://www.earlymedievalmonasticism.org/Corpus-Scriptorum-Ecclesiasticorum-Latinorum.html
* http://www.earlymedievalmonasticism.org/Corpus-Scriptorum-Ecclesiasticorum-Latinorum.html
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== Description ==
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A complete list of all texts appearing on the first 55 volumes of the Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum with hyperlinks to the texts on the Internet Archive (archive.org).
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A list of all texts appearing on the first 55 volumes of the ''Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum'' (Vienna) with hyperlinks each text on the [http://archive.org/ Internet Archive]. This page is part of the  the [http://www.earlymedievalmonasticism.org/index.html Monastic Manuscript Project].
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=== Keywords ===
* Languages: Latin
* Languages: Latin
* Dates: saec. III-VIII
* Dates: saec. III-VIII
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* Names (authors, historical figures...): Augustine, Ambrose, Cyprian, Tertullian and numerous other patristic authors
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* Names: Augustine, Ambrose, Cyprian, Tertullian and numerous other patristic authors
* Disciplines: history, theology
* Disciplines: history, theology
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== Contact ==
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* Albrecht Diem (part of the [http://www.earlymedievalmonasticism.org/index.html Monastic Manuscript Project])
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* [http://www.maxwell.syr.edu/hist/Diem,_Albrecht/ Albrecht Diem, Dept. of History, Syracuse University]  

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Homepage

Description

A list of all texts appearing on the first 55 volumes of the Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum (Vienna) with hyperlinks each text on the Internet Archive. This page is part of the the Monastic Manuscript Project.

Keywords

  • Languages: Latin
  • Dates: saec. III-VIII
  • Names: Augustine, Ambrose, Cyprian, Tertullian and numerous other patristic authors
  • Disciplines: history, theology

Contact

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