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Translations of Late Antique Sources, c.300-c.800: A Hand List

[I'm currently putting the bibliography together for my Worlds of Arthur and, as always on such occasions, I had recourse to the following list put together for a course I used to teach called 'Between Empires: Europe and the Mediterranean World in Late Antiquity, 284-814'.  I haven't kept it up to date since I left my old job in 2002, so it's now about a decade out of date, but I have posted it up here in the hope that it will be of use to some of you, whether students, researchers, teachers or 'interested lay-folk'.  If you want to add, send in details as comments and I'll cut and paste them into the text of the list - which needs some formatting but I haven't time at the moment.

Additions have been made, with acknowledgement and thanks to: Curt Emmanuel; Nick Baker; and the ubiquitous 'Anonymous']

Primary Sources:
This is a far from exhaustive list of contemporary sources available in translation, but it includes a good selection of the main forms of evidence from across Britain and Europe; the best way of getting a real feel for this period is to read as much primary material as you can.  There is far more Christian writing available in translation than is indicated here. The listing of translations on the web isn’t yet as complete as it might be.  Note, though, that a lot of the texts translated on the web are, for obvious copyright reasons, rather old ones.

Abbreviations:

ACW = Ancient Christian Writers series
EHD = English Historical Documents Vol.1, c.550-1042 = Whitelock (trans.) 1979 (listed under ‘Miscellanies’)
NPNF = Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers series

Acta Aunemundi (The Acts of Aunemund)Fouracre and Gerberding (under Miscellanies, below), pp.179-92.

Acts of Saint Felix, Bishop and Martyr (Donatist text).  See Tilley (trans.) 1996 (under Miscellanies), pp.7-11.

Acts of the Albitinian martyrsSee Tilley (trans.) 1996 (under Miscellanies), pp.25-49.

Adomnan: 
Life of St. Columba:  Adomnan’s Life of Columba. ed. & trans. A.O. & W.O. Anderson (Edinburgh 1961); Adomnán of Iona. Life of St. Columba, trans. R. Sharpe (Harmondsworth [Penguin Classics], 1995); Short extract in EHD, doc.153.

Æthelberht’s laws:   EHD, doc.29.

Æthelwulf: Æthelwulf. De Abbatibus ed. & trans. A. Campbell (Oxford 1967).

Agnellus of Ravenna: The Book of Pontiffs of the Church of Ravenna. trans. D.M. Deliyannis
           (Washington, DC 2004).

Aistulf’s laws: The Lombard Laws, trans. K. Fischer-Drew (Philadelphia 1973), pp.227-38.

Alcuin:
The Bishops, Kings and Saints of York:  Alcuin.  The Bishops, Kings and Saints of York. ed. & trans. P. Godman (Oxford 1982).
Dialogue with prince Pippin: Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.123-28.
Letters:  Alcuin of York, trans. S. Allott (York, 1974) (SH); EHD, docs.192-95, 198-203, 206-208. (Selection) Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.106-1
Life of Willibrord:  Extracts in EHD, doc.157.
            Poems: Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.120-22.

Aldhelm: Aldhelm. The Prose Works trans. M. Lapidge & M. Herren (Ipswich 1979).

Ambrose (Bishop of Milan):
            Ambrose. Select Works (NPNF 2nd Series vol.10) trans. H. de Romestin (reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1989).

Ammianus Marcellinus:
Res Gestae:  Ammianus Marcellinus, trans. J.C. Rolfe (London 1935-39) (3 vols.); A selection of important passages in Ammianus Marcellinus trans. R. Blockley (Bristol 1980).

Aneirin: The Gododdin. The Gododdin of Aneirin. Text and Context from Dark-Age Britain ed. & trans. J.T. Koch (Cardiff 1997).

Anglo-Saxon Charters (early): EHD, docs.54-85.

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle translated and with Introduction and Notes. trans. G.N. Garmonsway (London [Everyman] 1953); EHD, doc.1; The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: A Revised Translation, trans. D.M. Whitelock, D. Douglas & S. Tucker (1961).  The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle ed. & trans. M. Swanton (London, 1996).  There are other, older translations too.

Annals of Metz: Fouracre & Gerberding (trans.) 1996 (under Miscellanies, below), pp.350-70)
‘Anonyma e Suda’ [fragments on late Roman/early Byzantine history]: The Fragmentary Classicizing Historians of the Later Roman Empire ed. & trans. R.C. Blockley (Liverpool 1981), vol.2, pp.474-82.
‘Anonymous Valesianus’: Ammianus Marcellinus, vol. 3, trans. J.C. Rolfe (London 1939), pp.506-69.
Aprahat: Demonstrations: trans. J. Wynn in NPNF 2nd series, vol.13 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1989).

Arnobius of Sicca: The Case Against the Pagans. (2 vol.) trans. G. McCracken (Washington,

             DC,1949)
Athanasius
Life of Anthony: Athanasius, Life of Anthony (ACW 10) trans. R.T. Meyer (New York, 1950).

Audoin (or Dado), Bishop of Rouen: Life of Eligius: http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/basis/eligius.html

Augustan History: See Historia Augusta.

Augustine of Hippo:
Augustine’s works are voluminous and available in very many translations, selections and abridgements.  The two most important works are the City of God and the Confessions, of which I’ve listed the most useful translations.

On the City of God Against the Pagans:  Augustine.  The City of God Against the Pagans ed. & trans. W.M. Green et al. (7 vols.) (London 1957-72); Augustine. The City of God trans. H. Bettenson (Harmondsworth 1979).

Confessions:  Augustine. Confessions trans. F.J. Sheed (Indianapolis 1993; revised with new intro. by P.R.L. Brown).

On the Holy Trinity, Doctrinal and Moral Treatises trans. A.W. Haddon et al. NPNF 1st series, vol.3 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1993).

Homilies on the Gospel of John, and on the First Epistle of John: trans. J. Gibb et al. NPNF, 1st series, 7 (Reprint, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1991).

Soliloquies: trans. J. Gibb et al. NPNF 1st Series 7 (Reprint, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1991).

Writings against Manichaeans and Donatists: trans. R. Stothert et al. NPNF 1st Series 4 (Reprint, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1989).

The above translations are also on the web:
http://www.ccel.org/fathers2/NPNF1-01/TOC.htm
http://www.ccel.org/fathers2/NPNF1-02/TOC.htm
http://www.ccel.org/fathers2/NPNF1-03/TOC.htm
http://www.ccel.org/fathers2/NPNF1-04/TOC.htm
http://www.ccel.org/fathers2/NPNF1-05/TOC.htm
http://www.ccel.org/fathers2/NPNF1-06/TOC.htm
http://www.ccel.org/fathers2/NPNF1-07/TOC.htm
http://www.ccel.org/fathers2/NPNF1-08/TOC.htm

Aurelius Victor: On the Caesars:  Aurelius Victor. De Caesaribus,  trans. H.W. Bird  (Liverpool 1994).

Ausonius:
Ausonius ed. & trans. H.G. Evelyn-White (2 vols.) (London 1919-21); The ‘Moselle’ is also in Ibsell’s collection (under Miscellanies).

Selection of poems: Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.42-54.


Avitus of Vienne: Avitus of Vienne: Letters and Selected Prose. ed. & trans. D. Shanzer & I. Wood (Liverpool 2002).
Basil:
St. Basil. The Letters ed. & trans. R.J. Deferrari (4 vols.) (London 1926-34).
Hexameron, On the Spirit, Letters and Homilies:

Baudonivia: Life of Radegund:  Sainted Women of the Dark Ages. trans. J.-A. McNamara, with J.E. Halborg & E.G. Whatley (Durham NC, 1992), pp.86-105.

Bede.
Ecclesiastical History of the English People:  Bede. A History of the English Church and People trans. L. Sherley Price, rev. D.H. Farmer (Penguin 1990). Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of the English People trans. B. Colgrave & R.A.B. Mynors (Oxford 1969) - a better translation than the Penguin.  A good selection is also translated in EHD, doc. 151.  There are other, older translations too (browse through the library).


Letter to Ecgbert:  EHD, doc.170.
Life of St. Cuthbert:  The Age of Bede. trans. J.F. Webb & D.H. Farmer (Harmondsworth (Penguin Classics) 1983), pp.39-103; Two Lives of Saint Cuthbert, trans. B. Colgrave (Cambridge 1940), pp.141-307.

Lives of the Abbots:  The Age of Bede. trans. J.F. Webb & D.H. Farmer (Harmondsworth (Penguin Classics) 1983), pp.183-208.

On Eight Questions: Bede: A Biblical Miscellany trans. W.Trent Foley (Liverpool, 1998).

On the Holy Places: Bede: A Biblical Miscellany trans. W.Trent Foley (Liverpool, 1998).

On the Reckoning of Time: Bede: The Reckoning of Time trans. F. Wallis (Liverpool, 1998).

On the Resting Places: Bede: A Biblical Miscellany trans. W.Trent Foley (Liverpool, 1998).

On the Tabernacle: Bede. On the Tabernacle trans. A.G. Holder (Liverpool, 1994)

On the Temple: Bede. On the Temple trans. S. Connolly (Liverpool, 1995)

On Tobias: Bede: A Biblical Miscellany trans. W.Trent Foley (Liverpool, 1998).

On Tobit and the Canticle of Habakkuk: Bede: On Tobit and the Canticle of Habakkuk trans. S. Connolly (Dublin, 1997).

On What Isaiah Says: Bede: A Biblical Miscellany trans. W.Trent Foley (Liverpool, 1998).

Thirty Questions on the Book of Kings: Bede: A Biblical Miscellany trans. W.Trent Foley (Liverpool, 1998).

On Genesis, trans. C.B. Kendall (Liverpool, 2008)

The Abbreviated Psalter, trans. G.M. Browne (Grand Rapids & Cambridge, 2002)
 
Beowulf: 
Translations too numerous to mention: Best is Anglo-Saxon Poetry, trans. S.A.J. Bradley (London 1982), pp.411-94; The Anglo-Saxon World. An Anthology, trans. K. Crossley Holland, (Oxford 1984), pp.74-154; Anglo-Saxon Poetry, trans. R.K. Gordon (London 1926; rev. ed. 1954), pp.1-64.



For a more ‘fun’ version, see:

          

Boethius:
Consolation of Philosophy:  Boethius. Theological Tractates and Consolation of Philosophy ed. & trans. H.F. Stewart & E.K. Rand (London 1918).


Boniface:
Letters:  EHD, docs.167-81; Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.637-48; Dutton (trans.) 1993 (see Miscellanies), pp.4-10.

Braulio of Saragossa:
            The Life of Aemilian the Confessor:  See Fear (trans.) 1997 (under Miscellanies, below).

Burgundian Law (The Book of Constitutions).
The Burgundian Code, trans. K.F. Drew (Philadelphia, 1972).

Caesarius of Arles:
Letters:  Caesarius of Arles: Life, Testament, Letters. trans. W.E. Klingshirn (Liverpool 1994), pp.77-139.

Testament:  Caesarius of Arles: Life, Testament, Letters. trans. W.E. Klingshirn (Liverpool 1994), pp.67-76.

Sermons:  Caesarius of Arles. Sermons (3 vols.) trans. M.M. Mueller (The Fathers of the Church series, nos. 31, 47 and 66) (Washington DC, 1956-73).

Candidus the Isaurian:
The Fragmentary Classicizing Historians of the Later Roman Empire ed. & trans. R.C. Blockley (Liverpool 1981), vol.2, pp.463-73; see also C.D. Gordon The Age of Attila (under Miscellanies).

Cassian: See John Cassian

Cassiodorus:
Variae: Selection in Cassiodorus: Variae. trans. S.J. Barnish (Liverpool 1992).

Charlemagne:
Capitularies:  P.D. King, Charlemagne. Translated Sources (Lancaster 1987), pp.202-68; H.R. Loyn & J. Percival, The Reign of Charlemagne (London 1965), pp.46-105.      Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.58-83.

Charters:  H.R. Loyn & J. Percival, The Reign of Charlemagne (London 1965), pp.136-55.

            Divisio Regni:  Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.129-33.

Letters:  P.D. King, Charlemagne. Translated Sources (Lancaster 1987), pp.269-330; H.R. Loyn & J. Percival, The Reign of Charlemagne (London 1965), pp.106-35; EHD, docs.196-97.

Charlemagne & Pope Leo (poem):
            Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.55-57.

‘Chronicle of 754’:
Conquerors and Chroniclers of Early Medieval Spain. trans. K. Baxter Wolf (Liverpool 1990), pp.111-158.

Chronicon Paschale:
Chronicon Paschale, 284-628, trans. M. & M. Whitby (Liverpool 1989).

Claudian:
Panegyrics: Claudian ed. & trans. M. Platnauer (2 vols.) (London 1922).

Claudius Mammertinus:

Speech of Thanks to Julian: The Emperor Julian: Panegyric and Polemic ed. S.N.C. Lieu (2nd edition) (Liverpool 1989), pp.3-38.  See also Panegyrici Latini.

Constantine (Emperor):
            Oration to the Assembly of the Saints: trans. E.C. Richardson, NPNF 2nd Series 1 (Reprint, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1986), pp.561-80 (of debated authenticity).

Constantius of Lyons:
            Life of Germanus of Auxerre:  Hoare (trans.) 1954 (see Miscellanies, below), pp.283-320.

De Rebus Bellicis:
A Roman Reformer and Inventor ed. & trans. E.A. Thompson (Oxford 1952).

Diet of Aachen (poem on):
            Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.134-36

Donation of Constantine:
            Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.13-24

Ecumenical Councils:
            Seven Ecumenical Councils (NPNF 2nd Series 14) trans. H.R. Percival (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1991).


Eddius Stephanus:
Life of Wilfrid:  The Age of Bede. trans. J.F. Webb & D.H. Farmer (Harmondsworth (Penguin Classics) 1983), pp.103-82; The Life of Bishop Wilfrid by Eddius Stephanus trans. B. Colgrave (Cambridge 1927); extracts in EHD, doc.154.

Edict of Paris (614):
            Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.565-68.

Egeria:
            Diary of a Pilgrimage: Egeria: Diary of a Pilgrimage (ACW 38) trans. G.E. Gingrass (New York, 1970).

Einhard (sometimes, but rarely, Eginhard) ‘the Frank’.
Life of Charles the Great:  The Life of Charlemagne by Einhard. trans. S. Painter (Ann Arbor 1960); Einhard and Notker the Stammerer. Two Lives of Charlemagne trans. L. Thorpe (trans.), (Harmondsworth 1969), pp.49-90; Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.14-42; Selection in H.R. Loyn & J. Percival, The Reign of Charlemagne (London 1965), pp.11-19.


Ennodius, Life of Epiphanius: The life of Saint Epiphanius by Ennodius. A translation with an introduction and commentary, trans. M. G. Cook (Washington D. C. 1942).


Ephrem the Syrian (Ephrem Syrus):
Hymns against Julian the King, who apostasised, and against false teachers, and against the Jews: The Emperor Julian: Panegyric and Polemic, ed. S.N.C. Lieu (2nd edition) (Liverpool 1989), pp.89-128.

Hymns and Homilies: trans. J. Gwynn, in NPNF 2nd Series 13 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1989).


Eunapius:
The Fragmentary Classicizing Historians of the Later Roman Empire ed. & trans. R.C. Blockley (Liverpool 1981), vol.2, pp.1-150.

Eusebius:
Ecclesiastical History: Eusebius. The History of the Church, trans. G.A. Williamson (rev’d. A. Louth) (Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1989); Eusebius. The Ecclesiastical History trans. J.E.L. Oulton & H.J. Lawlor (2 vols.) (London 1926-32).

Life of Constantine: trans, E.C. Richardson, NPNF 2nd Series, 1 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1986), pp.481-560 (of debated authenticity).
Oration for Constantine: trans. E.C. Richardson, NPNF 2nd Series, 1 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1986), pp.581 ff.

Eutropius:
Breviarium: Eutropius. Breviarium, trans. H.W. Bird (Liverpool 1993).

Evagrius Scholasticus:
           Ecclesiastical History: The Ecclesiastical History of Evagrius Scholasticus. trans. M. Whitby
           (Liverpool 2000).

Felix of Crowland:
Life of St. Guthlac:  Felix’s Life of Guthlac, trans. B. Colgrave (Cambridge 1956); C.W. Jones, Saints’ Lives and Chronicles in Early England (Ithaca 1947), pp.123-60; extracts in EHD, doc.156.
Fredegar (sometimes Pseudo-Fredegar, or Fredegarius Scholasticus):
Book IV of the Chronicle: The Fourth Book of the Chronicle of Fredegar, with its Continuations, trans. J.M. Wallace-Hadrill (London 1960); Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.448-90.

Selections from Books II and III: Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.591-4; 597-621.

Gallic Chronicle of 452:
            Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.76-85.

Gallic Chronicle of 511:
Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.98-100

Gallic Church Councils (selections of the Acts of):
Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.569-75.

Gildas:
Gildas.  The Ruin of Britain and other Documents, ed. & trans. M. Winterbottom (Chichester 1978).

Extracts from old nineteenth-century translation:


Gregory the Great (Pope Gregory I):
            Pastoral Care: Gregory the Great. Pastoral Care (ACW 11) trans. H. Davis (New York, 1950); trans. J. Barmby, NPNF 2nd Series, 12 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1989).

            Letters: trans. J. Barmby, NPNF, 2nd Series 12 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1989); NPNF 2nd Series, 13 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1989); The Letters of Gregory the Great, trans. J.R.C. Martyn, 3 vols (Toronto, 2004)
Gregory of Nyssa:
            Select Writings, trans. W. Moore & H. Austin Wilson, NPNF, 2nd Series, 5 (Reprint, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1994).

Gregory of Tours:
Glory of the Confessors:  Gregory of Tours: Glory of the Confessors, trans. R. Van Dam (Liverpool 1988).

Glory of the Martyrs:  Gregory of Tours: Glory of the Martyrs, trans. R. Van Dam (Liverpool 1988).

Histories:  Gregory of Tours. The History of the Franks, trans. L. Thorpe (Penguin 1974).  The History of the Franks by Gregory of Tours, trans. O.M. Dalton 2 vols. (Oxford 1927) - Vol.2 is the translation.


Life (n.b.) of the Fathers:  Gregory of Tours. The Life of the Fathers, trans. E. James (2nd edition) (Liverpool 1991).

Miracles of St. Julian:  R. Van Dam, Saints and their Miracles in Late Antique Gaul (Princeton 1993), pp.162-195.

Miracles of St. Martin:  R. Van Dam, Saints and their Miracles in Late Antique Gaul (Princeton 1993), pp.199-303.

Grimwald’s laws:
The Lombard Laws, trans. K. Fischer-Drew (Philadelphia 1973), pp.131-135.

Hilary of Arles:
            Discourse on the Life of St. Honoratus: Hoare (trans.) 1954 (see Miscellanies, above), pp.247-80.

Hilary of Poitiers:
            Against Valens and Ursacius, & To the Emperor Constantius: Hilary of Poitiers: Conflicts of Conscience and Law in the Fourth-Century Church trans. L.J. Wickham (Liverpool, 1997). (OO)

http://www.ccel.org/fathers2/NPNF2-09/Npnf2-09-07.htm#P917_571068

For older translations of a more complete range of Hilary’s writings, see:


Historia Augusta (or Augustan History):
Lives of the Later Caesars. trans. A. Birley (Harmondsworth 1976) (only as far as Heliogabalus, unfortunately); The Scriptores Historiae Augustae ed. & trans. D. Magie (3 vols.) (London 1932).

Hlothhere & Eadric’s Laws: EHD, doc.30.

Hydatius:
Chronicle: The Chronicle of Hydatius and the Consularia Constantinopolitana. Two Contemporary Accounts of the Final Years of the Roman Empire, ed. & trans. R.W. Burgess (Oxford 1993). (extracts) Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.85-98.

Ildefonsus of Toledo:
            On the Lives of Famous Men: See Fear (trans.) 1997 (under Miscellanies), pp.107-22.

Ine’s Laws: EHD, doc.32.

Isidore of Seville:
History of the Kings of the Goths:
Conquerors and Chroniclers of Early Medieval Spain, trans. K. Baxter Wolf (Liverpool 1990), pp.81-110.

            Etymologies (or Origins):

            The Etymologies of Isidore of Seville, trans. & eds. S.A. Barney, W.J. Lewis, J.A. Beach,
            O. Berghof (Cambridge, 2006); Isidore of Seville’s Etymologies. (2 vol.) trans. P. Throop
           (Charlotte, Vermont 2005).

Jerome:
St. Jerome. Select Letters ed. & trans. F.A. Wright (London 1933); St. Jerome. Letters, vol.1 (Letters1-22) (ACW 33), trans. C.C. Mierow (New York, 1963); trans. W.H. Freemantle, NPNF, 2nd series, 6 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1989).

Treatises and Prefaces: trans. W.H. Freemantle, NPNF, 2nd series, 6 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1989).


John of Antioch: See C.D. Gordon The Age of Attila (under Miscellanies, below).

John of Biclaro:
Chronicle: Conquerors and Chroniclers of Early Medieval Spain, trans. K. Baxter Wolf (Liverpool 1990), pp.61-80.

John Cassian:
            Institutes, Conferences and Against Nestorius: trans. E.C.S. Gibson, NPNF, 2nd series, 11 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1991).

John Chrysostom:
Homily on Saint Babylas: The Emperor Julian: Panegyric and Polemic, ed. S.N.C. Lieu (2nd edition) (Liverpool 1989), pp.41-79.

John Malalas:
Chronicle: The Chronicle of John Malalas (Australian Association for Byzantine Studies, Byzantina Australiensia 4),  trans. E. Jeffreys, M. Jeffreys & R. Scott (Melbourne 1986).

Jonas of Bobbio:
Life of Columbanus (Book I): Life of St. Columban by the monk Jonas, trans. D. Carleton Munro (Felinfach [Llanerch] 1993; originally Philadelphia 1895).

Jordanes:
Getica (or History of the Goths): The Gothic History of Jordanes, trans. C.C. Mierow (New York 1915, repr. 1966).


Julian (Emperor):
The Works of the Emperor Julian, ed. & trans. W. Cave Wright (London 1913).

Julian of Toledo:
The History of King Wamba: Story of Wamba: Julian of Toledo’s Historia Wambae Regis. ed. &

            trans. J.M. Pizarro (Washington, DC 2005)
Lactantius:
            On the Deaths of the Persecutors: Lactantius: De Mortibus Persecutorum ed. & trans. J.L. Creed (Oxford, 1984).
Lament on Charlemagne’s Death (poem):
            Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.139-40.
Leges Visigothorum: See Visigothic Law.
Leo the Great (Pope Leo I):
            Letters and Sermons: trans. C.L. Feltroe, NPNF, 2nd series, 12 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1989).
Libanius:
Libanius. Selected Works, ed. & trans. A.F. Norman (3 vols - library only has 1 & 2) (London 1969-77).
Antioch as a Centre of Hellenic Culture as Observed by Libanius. ed. & trans. A.F. Norman (Liverpool 2000).
Liber Historiae Francorum:
The Liber Historiae Francorum, trans. B.S. Bachrach (Laurence, Kansas 1973).

Liber Pontificalis (Book of the Popes):
The Book of Pontiffs (Liber Pontificalis): The ancient biographies of the first ninety Roman bishops to AD 715. trans. R. Davis (Liverpool 2000).Lives of the Eighth-Century Popes. trans. R. Davis (Liverpool 1992).
The Lives of the Ninth-Century Popes (Liber Pontificalis). trans. R. Davis (Liverpool 1995).
Life of Audoin, Bishop of Rouen:
            Fouracre & Gerberding (trans.) (under Miscellanies, below) 1996, pp.152-65.

Life of Balthild:
            Fouracre & Gerberding (trans.) (under Miscellanies, below) 1996, pp.118-32.

Life of Caesarius of Arles:
Caesarius of Arles: Life, Testament, Letters. trans. W.E. Klingshirn (Liverpool 1994), pp.1-65.

Life of Ceolfrith (anonymous):
EHD, doc. 155.

Life of Fructuosus of Braga (anonymous):
            See Fear (trans.) 1997 (under Miscellanies), pp.123-44.

Life of Cuthbert (anonymous):
Two Lives of Saint Cuthbert, trans. B. Colgrave (Cambridge 1940), pp.59-139.

Life of Genovefa (Geneviève) (anonymous):
Sainted Women of the Dark Ages, trans. J.-A. McNamara, J.E. Halborg & E.G. Whatley (Durham NC, 1992), pp.17-37.

Life of Geretrudis (Gertrude):
            Fouracre & Gerberding (trans.) 1996 (under Miscellanies, below), pp.319-30.

Life of Gregory the Great (anonymous):
C.W. Jones, Saints’ Lives and Chronicles in Early England (Ithaca 1947), pp.95-121; The Earliest Life of Gregory the Great ed. & trans. B. Colgrave (Cambridge 1968).

Life of Guthlac (anonymous Old English version):
Anglo-Saxon Prose, trans. M. Swanton (London (Everyman) 1975), pp.39-62.

Liutprand’s Laws:
The Lombard Laws, trans. K. Fischer-Drew (Philadelphia 1973), pp.137-214.

Lives of the Fathers of Mérida (anonymous. Attr. to a writer called Paul ‘the Deacon’, but not the “famous” one listed below):
            See Fear (trans.) 1997 (under Miscellanies), pp.45-105.



Macrobius:
Commentary on the Dream of Scipio. trans. W.H. Stahl (New York 1990)
Macrobius: Saturnalia. (3 vol) ed. & trans. R. Kaster (Cambridge MA 2011)

Malchus:
The Fragmentary Classicizing Historians of the Later Roman Empire ed. & trans. R.C. Blockley (Liverpool 1981), vol.2, pp.401-462; see also C.D. Gordon The Age of Attila (under Miscellanies).

Marcellinus Comes:
            The Chronicle of Marcellinus trans. B. Croke (Sydney, 1995).

Marius of Avenches:
            Chronicle: Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.101-108.

Martianus Capella:
Martianus Capella and the Seven Liberal Arts, Volume II: The Marriage of Philology and Mercury. trans. W.H. Stahl & E.L. Burge (New York 1977).
Martyrdom of Marculus (Donatist text):
            See Tilley (trans.) 1996 (under Miscellanies), pp.77-87.
Maximus of Turin:
            Maximus of Turin. Sermons (ACW 50) trans. B. Ramsey (New York, 1989).
Menander the Guardsman (Menander Protector):
The History of Menander the Guardsman ed. & trans. R.C. Blockley (Liverpool 1985).
 
Merobaudes:
Flavius Merobaudes: A Translation and Historical Commentary. ed. & trans. F. Clover (Philadelphia 1971).

Merovingian Formularies:
           The Formularies of Angers and Marculf: Two Merovingian Legal Handbooks. ed. & trans. A. Rio (Liverpool 2008)
(selection) Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.576-84.

Miscellanies [of translated source materials]:
Callander Murray, A., (trans.) 2000. From Roman to Merovingian Gaul. A Reader (Peterborough, Ontario)
Coleman Norton, P.R., (trans.), Roman State and Christian Church.  A Collection of Legal Documents to A.D. 535 (London 1966) (3 vols.).
Croke, B., & Harries, J.E., (trans.) 1982. Religious Conflict in Fourth-Century Rome: A Documentary Study (Sydney).
Dutton, P.E.,  (trans.) 1993. Carolingian Civilization. A Reader (Peterborough, Ont.)
Fear, A.T., (trans.) 1997. Lives of the Visigothic Fathers (Liverpool).
Fouracre, P. & R. Gerberding (trans.) 1996. Later Merovingian France: History and Hagiography, 640-720 (Manchester).
Gordon, C.G.,  (ed. & trans.), The Age of Attila (New York 1960).
Hillgarth, J.N., (ed. & trans.), The Conversion of Western Europe (Philadelphia 1969, rev. ed’n. Christianity and Paganism, 350-750. The Conversion of Western Europe, Philadelphia 1986).
Hoare, F.R., (trans.), The Western Fathers (London, 1954).
Ibsell, H.,  (trans.), The Last Poets of Imperial Rome (Harmondsworth 1971).
Lieu, S., & D. Montserrat (trans.) 1996. From Constantine to Julian: Pagan and Christian Views (London)
Matthews, J., & P. Heather (ed. & trans.), The Goths in the Fourth Century (Liverpool 1991).
McNamara, J.-A., J.E. Halborg & E.G. Whatley (trans.), Sainted Women of the Dark Ages (Durham NC, 1992).
Morris, S., (ed.), 1996. Arthurian Period Sources 5 vols. (Chichester).
Palmer, A., & S. Brock (trans.), The Seventh Century in the West-Syrian Chronicles (including two seventh-century Syriac apocalyptic texts) (Liverpool 1993).
Tilley, M.A., (trans.) Donatist Martyr Stories. The Church in Conflict in Roman North Africa (Liverpool, 1996).
Whitelock, D., (ed. & trans.), English Historical Documents Vol.1, c.550-1042 (2nd edition) (London 1979).
Muirchu:
Life of Patrick:  St. Patrick.  His writings and Muirchu’s Life, ed. & trans. A.B.E. Hood (Chichester 1978), pp.61-98 (ignore J. Morris’ introduction).

Nennius:
Nennius.  British History and the Welsh Annals, ed. & trans. J. Morris (Chichester 1980).


Nonnos: Nonnos: Dionysiaca.(3 vol.) ed. & trans. W.H.D. Rouse(Cambridge, MA 1940).

Olympiodorus of Thebes:
The Fragmentary Classicizing Historians of the Later Roman Empire ed. & trans. R.C. Blockley (Liverpool 1981), vol.2, pp.151-220; see also C.D. Gordon The Age of Attila (under Miscellanies).
Optatus:
            Optatus: Against the Donatists trans. M. Edwards (Liverpool, 1997). (OO)

Orosius:
            Seven Books of History Against the Pagans:
           Paulus Orosius: The Seven Books of History Against the Pagans. trans. R. Deferrari (Washington 1964); (extracts) Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.22-40.
Pacatus:
Panegyric to the Emperor Theodosius trans. C.E.V. Nixon (Liverpool 1987) (see also Panegyrici Latini).

Palladius:
            Palladius. Lausiac History (ACW 34), trans. R.T. Meyer (New York, 1964).

Panegyrici Latini (The Latin Panegyricists):
            In Praise of Later Roman Emperors. The Panegyrici Latini. Introduction, Translation and Historical Commentary, trans. C.E.V. Nixon & B. Saylor Rodgers (Berkeley, 1994).


Passio Leudegarii (The Suffering of Leudegar):
            Fouracre & Gerberding (trans.) 1996 (under Miscellanies, above), pp.215-53; Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.509-26.

Passio Praejecti (The Suffering of Praejectus):
            Fouracre & Gerberding (trans.) 1996 (under Miscellanies, above), pp.271-300.

Passion of Cyprian (Donatist version):
            See Tilley (trans.) 1996 (under Miscellanies), pp.1-5.

Passion of Saints Maxima, Donatilla and Secunda (Donatist text):
            See Tilley (trans.) 1996 (under Miscellanies), pp.13-24.

Passion of Saints Maximian and Isaac (Donatist text):
            See Tilley (trans.) 1996 (under Miscellanies), pp.61-75.

Patrick:
Confessio:  St. Patrick.  His Writings and Muirchu’s Life, ed. & trans. A.B.E. Hood (Chichester 1978), pp.23-34, 41-55 (ignore J. Morris’ introduction); The Book of Letters of Saint Patrick the Bishop, ed. & trans. D. Howlett (Dublin 1994), pp.51-93; ‘English translation of the “Confession” and the Letter to Coroticus of St. Patrick.’ R.P.C. Hanson, Nottingham Medieval Studies 14 (1970), pp.1-14.
Letter to Coroticus:  St. Patrick.  His Writings and Muirchu’s Life, ed. & trans. A.B.E. Hood (Chichester 1978), pp.35-38, 55-59; The Book of Letters of Saint Patrick the Bishop, ed. & trans. D. Howlett (Dublin 1994), pp.25-39; ‘English translation of the “Confession” and the Letter to Coroticus of St. Patrick.’ R.P.C. Hanson, Nottingham Medieval Studies 14 (1970), pp.1-14.

Paul the Deacon:
Paul the Deacon. History of the Lombards, trans. W. Dudley Foulke (Philadelphia 1974; originally 1907).
Paulinus the Deacon:
            Life of St. Ambrose:  Hoare (trans.) 1954 (see Miscellanies, above), pp.147-88.
Paulinus of Nola:
            Letters: Paulinus of Nola. Letters Vol. 1 (letters 1-22) (ACW 34), trans. P.G. Walsh (New York, 1966); Paulinus of Nola. Letters Vol.2 (Letters 23-51) (ACW 35) trans. P.G. Walsh (New York, 1967).
Paulinus of Pella:
            Thanksgiving: Ibsell (trans.) (under (Miscellanies), pp.242-62; (extracts) Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.59-60; 166-69.
Penitentials:
Medieval Handbooks of Penance.  A translation of the Principal Libri Poenitentiales, trans. J.T. McNeill & H.M. Gamer (New York 1990; originally 1938).



Philostorgius:
Philostorgius: Church History. trans. P. Amidon (Atlanta 2007)

Pippin’s Victory over the Avars (poem):
         Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.43-44.

Possidius, Bishop of Calama:
            Life of Augustine:  Hoare (trans.) 1954 (see Miscellanies, above), pp.191-244.

Priscus of Panium:
The Fragmentary Classicizing Historians of the Later Roman Empire ed. & trans. R.C. Blockley (Liverpool 1981), vol.2, pp.221-400; see also C.D. Gordon The Age of Attila (under Miscellanies). (extracts) Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.139-56.

Procopius:
Procopius. ed. & trans. H.B. Dewing (7 vols.) (London 1914-1940)
The Wars: Dewing, vols. 1-5
The Buildings: Dewing, vol.7.
The Secret History: Dewing, vol.6; Procopius. The Secret History. trans. G.A. Williamson (Harmondsworth 1966). http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/basis/procop-anec.html

Prosper of Aquitaine:
            Chronicle: Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.62-76.

Prudentius:   Prudentius ed. & trans. H.J. Thompson (2 vols.) (London 1949-53).

Pseudo-Dionysius of Tel-Mahre:
            Pseudo-Dionysius of Tel-Mahre. Chronicle Part III trans. W. Witakowski (Liverpool, 1996).

Pseudo-Joshua the Stylite:The Chronicle of Pseudo-Joshua the Stylite. ed. & trans. F. Trombley & J. Watt (Liverpool 2000).
Querolus (5th-century satire):
            (Extract) Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.172-3

Ratchis’ Laws:
The Lombard Laws, trans. K. Fischer-Drew (Philadelphia 1973), pp.215-225.

Reannointing of Pippin:
            Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), p.12

Ripuarian Law:
The Laws of the Salian and Ripuarian Franks, trans. T.J. Rivers (New York 1986), pp.167-214.

Rothar’s Edict:
The Lombard Laws, trans. K. Fischer-Drew (Philadelphia 1973), pp.39-130.

Royal Frankish Annals (= Annals of the Kingdom of the Franks)
Carolingian Chronicles trans. B.W. Scholz (Ann Arbor, 1972). Charlemagne. Translated Sources trans. P.D. King (Lancaster 1987).

Ruricius of Limoges:
Ruricius of Limoges and Friends. A Collection of Letters from Visigothic Gaul, trans. R.W. Mathisen, (Liverpool, 1998).

Rutilius Namatianus:
            On His Return: Ibsell (trans.) (under Miscellanies) , pp.221-41; (extracts) Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.55-58

Salic Law (Pactus Legis Salicae) (‘65-Title Text’ and edicts appended to it):
The Laws of the Salian Franks, trans. K.F. Drew (Philadelphia, 1991); The Laws of the Salian and Ripuarian Franks, trans. T.J. Rivers (New York 1987), pp.39-144; but see C.P. Wormald’s critical review of Drew’s translation in Early Medieval Europe 2.1 (1993), pp.77-79.

Salvian:
            On the Governance of God: The Writings of Salvian, The Presbyter. trans. J O’Sullivan (New York 1947); (extracts) Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.109-37.

Sermon on the Passion of Saints Donatus and Advocatus (Donatist text):
            See Tilley (trans.) 1996 (under Miscellanies), pp.51-60.

Sidonius Apollinaris:
Poems (Carmina): Sidonius: Poems and Letters, ed. & trans. W.B. Anderson (vol.1) (London 1936), pp.1-327.

Letters: Sidonius: Poems and Letters, ed. & trans. W.B. Anderson (vol.1) (London 1936), pp.329-483, & vol.2 (ed. & trans. W.B. Anderson & E.H. Warmington) (London 1965); (selection) Callendar Murray (trans.) 2000 (under Miscellanies), pp.194-258.

Sisebut [Visigothic king]:
            King Sisebut and the Culture of Visigothic Spain, with Translations of the Lives of Saint Desiderius of Vienne and Saint Masona of Merida. ed. & trans. J. Martyn (Lewiston, NY 2008) (includes a selection of Sisebut’s letters); Life and Martyrdom of Desiderius: See Fear (trans.) 1997 (under Miscellanies), pp.1-14.

Socrates Scholasticus:
            Church History: trans. A.C. Zenos, NPNF, 2nd series, 2 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1989), pp.1-178.


Sozomen:
            Church History: trans. C.D. Hartranft, NPNF, 2nd series, 2 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1989), pp.179ff..


Sulpicius Severus:
            Life of Martin: trans. A. Roberts, NPNF, 2nd series, 11 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1991); Hoare (trans.) 1954 (see Miscellanies, above), pp.3-44.
            Dialogues: trans. A. Roberts, NPNF, 2nd series, 11 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1991); Hoare (trans.) 1954 (see Miscellanies, above), pp.68-144
            Letters: trans. A. Roberts, NPNF, 2nd series, 11 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1991); Hoare (trans.) 1954 (see Miscellanies, above), pp.47-60.
            Sacred History: trans. A. Roberts, NPNF, 2nd series, 11 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1991).

Symmachus:
            Relationes: Prefect and Emperor: The Relationes of Symmachus, A.D. 384. ed. & trans. R. H.

            Barrow (Oxford 1973); The Letters of Symmachus: Book 1. ed. & trans. M.R. Salzman & M.             Roberts (Atlanta 2011)

Themistius:
Orations: Politics, Philosophy, and Empire in the Fourth Century: Select Orations of Themistius. ed. & trans. P. Heather and D. Moncur (Liverpool 2001).
Orations 8 & 10: The Goths in the Fourth Century ed. & trans. J. Matthews & P. Heather, (Liverpool 1991).

Theodoret of Cyrrhus:
            Ecclesiastical History:


            Other works:


Theodulf of Orléans:
            The Ancient Vase: Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.87-89.

            Poems: Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.91-93.

            Precepts for Priests: Dutton (trans.) 1993 (under Miscellanies), pp.94-105

Theophanes:   The Chronicle of Theophanes trans. H. Turtledove (Philadelphia 1982).

Theophylact Simocatta:  The History of Theophylact Simocatta: An English translation with Notes trans. M. & M. Whitby (Oxford 1986).

Vegetius:    Vegetius. Epitome of Military Science, trans. N.P. Milner (Liverpool 1993).

Venantius Fortunatus:
            Carmina: Selection in Venantius Fortunatus: Personal and Political Poems, trans. J. George  (Liverpool, 1995).

Life of Radegund: Sainted Women of the Dark Ages, trans. J.-A. McNamara, with J.E. Halborg & E.G. Whatley (Durham NC, 1992), pp.70-86.

Miracles of St. Hilary: R. Van Dam, Saints and their Miracles in Late Antique Gaul (Princeton, 1993), pp.155-61

Victor of Vita:   Victor of Vita: History of the Vandal Persecution, trans. J. Moorhead (Liverpool 1992).

Vincent of Lérins:
            Comonitory:  trans. C.A. Heurtley, NPNF, 2nd series, 11 (Reprint: Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1991).
             http://www.ccel.org/fathers2/NPNF2-11/Npnf2-11-25.htm

Visigothic Law:

Voyage of St. Brendan:
The Age of Bede. trans. J.F. Webb & D.H. Farmer (Harmondsworth (Penguin Classics) 1983), pp.209-45

Wihtred’s Laws:    EHD, doc.31.

Willibald:    Life of Boniface: Extracts in EHD, doc.158.

Zosimus:
Zosimus.  New History (Australian Association for Byzantine Studies, Byzantina Australiensia 2), trans. R.T. Ridley  (Canberra 1982).

6 comments:

  1. A very profitable site that regularly adds French translations, including those of authors like Fortunatus or Sidonius, can be found here: http://remacle.org/index1.htm.

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  2. Ennodius, Life of Epiphanius:
    M. G. Cook, The life of Saint Epiphanius by Ennodius. A translation with an introduction and commentary (Washington D. C. 1942).

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  3. Thanks, Curt! I will try and paste these into the list at some point - with acknowledgement.

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  4. There's a great deal of interest to all kinds of readers here, and compiling this must have been a major undertaking! Here's a few more to add to the list:


    Aldhelm:
    Aldhelm: The Poetic Works, trans. M. Lapidge and J. Rosier (Woodbridge, 1985)

    Augustine of Hippo, An Unfinished Book on the Literal Interpretation of Genesis:
    Saint Augustine: On Genesis. Two Books on Genesis against the Manichees and On the Literal Interpretation of Genesis: An Unfinished Book, trans. R.J. Teske (Washington, 1991)

    ---, On Faith and the Creed:
    Augustine: Earlier Writings, trans. J.H.S. Burleigh (Louisville, 2006), pp. 353–69

    ---, On Free Will:
    Augustine: Earlier Writings, trans. J.H.S. Burleigh (Louisville, 2006), pp. 113–217

    ---, On Genesis against the Manichees:
    Saint Augustine: On Genesis. Two Books on Genesis against the Manichees and On the Literal Interpretation of Genesis: An Unfinished Book, trans. R.J. Teske (Washington, 1991)

    ---. On the Literal Meaning of Genesis:
    St Augustine: The Literal Meaning of Genesis, trans. J.H. Taylor (New York, 1982), 2 vols.

    ---, On the Nature of the Good:
    Augustine: Earlier Writings, trans. J.H.S. Burleigh (Louisville, 2006), pp. 326–48

    ---, On the Usefulness of Belief:
    Augustine: Earlier Writings, trans. J.H.S. Burleigh (Louisville, 2006), pp. 291–323

    ---, On True Religion:
    Augustine: Earlier Writings, trans. J.H.S. Burleigh (Louisville, 2006), pp. 225–83

    ---, On Various Questions:
    Augustine: Earlier Writings, trans. J.H.S. Burleigh (Louisville, 2006), pp. 376–406

    ---, The Teacher:
    Augustine: Earlier Writings, trans. J.H.S. Burleigh (Louisville, 2006), pp. 69–101

    Bede, Explanation of the Apocalypse:
    The Explanation of the Apocalypse by Venerable Beda, trans. E. Marsh (Oxford, 1878)

    ---, On Ezra and Nehemiah:
    Bede: On Ezra and Nehemiah, trans. S. DeGregorio (Liverpool, 2006)

    Boniface, Letters:
    The Letters of Saint Boniface, trans. E. Emerton (New York, 1940)

    The Cosmography of Aethicus Ister:
    The Cosmography of Aethicus Ister: Edition, Translation and Commentary, ed. and trans. M.W. Herren (Turnhout, 2011)

    Hisperia famina:
    The Hisperica famina, ed. and trans. M.W. Herren (Toronto, 1974), vol. 1

    History of the Monks in Egypt:
    The Lives of the Desert Fathers: The Historia monachorum in Aegypto, trans. Norman Russell (London, 1980)

    Julian of Toledo, Foreknowledge of the World to Come
    Julian of Toledo: Prognosticum futuri saeculi. Foreknowledge of the World to Come, trans. T. Stancati (New York, 2010)

    Life of Fursa:
    Transitus beati Fursei: A Translation of the Eighth-Century Manuscript Life of Fursey, trans. O. Rackham (Norwich, 2007)

    Life of the Jura Fathers:
    The Life of the Jura Fathers: The Life and Rule of the Holy Fathers Romanus, Lupicinus, and Eugendus, Abbots of the Monasteries in the Jura Mountains (Kalamazoo, 1999), trans. T. Vivian, K. Vivian and F.B. Russell

    Life of Samson of Dol:
    The Life of St Samson of Dol, ed. and trans. T. Taylor (London, 1925)

    Lives of Pachomius:
    Pachomian Koinonia, trans. A. Veilleux (Kalamazoo, 1980), 3 vols.

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  5. [Cont.]

    Miracles of St Ninian:
    trans. W. MacQueen, in St Nynia, ed. J. MacQueen (Edinburgh, 2005)

    On the Apparition of St Michael on Monte Gargano:
    Saint Michael in Medieval English Legend, trans. R.F. Johnson (Woodbridge, 2005)
    (Appendix A, pp. 110–15)

    Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite, The Celestial Hierarchy:
    Pseudo-Dionysius: The Complete Works, trans. C. Luibheid (New York, 1987), pp. 143–91

    ---, The Divine Names:
    Pseudo-Dionysius: The Complete Works, trans. C. Luibheid (New York, 1987), pp. 47–131

    ---, The Ecclesiastical Hierarchy:
    Pseudo-Dionysius: The Complete Works, trans. C. Luibheid (New York, 1987), pp. 193–259

    ---, Letters:
    Pseudo-Dionysius: The Complete Works, trans. C. Luibheid (New York, 1987), pp. 261–89

    ---, The Mystical Theology:
    Pseudo-Dionysius: The Complete Works, trans. C. Luibheid (New York, 1987), pp. 133–41

    Pseudo-Macarius, Homilies:
    Pseudo-Macarius: The Fifty Spiritual Homilies and the Great Letter, trans. G.A. Maloney (New York, 1992)

    Sayings of the Desert Fathers:
    The Wisdom of the Desert Fathers: The Apophthegmata patrum (The Anonymous Series), trans. Benedicta Ward (Oxford, 1975)

    Shenoute of Atripe:
    Coptic Manuscripts from the White Monastery: Works of Shenutei, ed. and trans. D.W. Young (Vienna, 1993)

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  6. Two lives of St. Brigit:

    Cogitosus':

    Sean Connolly & Jean-Michel Picard. 'Cogitosus' Life of Saint Brigit: Content and Value', The Journal of the Royal Society of the Antiquaries of Ireland 117 (1987) pp.5-27

    Vita Prima Sanctae Brigitae:

    Sean Connolly. 'Vita Prima Sanctae Brigitae: Background and Historical Value', The Journal of the Royal Society of the Antiquaries of Ireland 119 (1989) pp.5-49

    (Accessible through jstor).

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