Ancient Documents : Projects

Center for the Study of Ancient Documents Introduction to the services of the Center and an experimental digital archive of epigraphical images, available for downloading.

Centro di Studi Papirologici (University of Lecce) Centro di Studi Papirologici (University of Lecce) Maintained by the University Papyrological Center. Includes images of Demotic papyri. Italian language site.

Duke Papyri Collection with APIS Duke Papyri Collection with APIS (Advanced Papyrological Information System). Searchable online catalogue and proposal for APIS, an papyrological information system based on the Web.

Early Church Documents Translated documents of the early and medieval Christian church, as well as contemporary Jewish, Islamic, non-heterodox, and Hellenistic sources. Includes an annotated table of contents.

Institut für Papyrologie (University of Heidelberg) German language site. Includes a staff directory and current research projects.

Internet Classics Archive Searchable archive of translated Greek and Roman texts.

Noncanonical Webpage Contains Old and New Testament apocrypha and pseudepigrapha, as well as documents of the Church Fathers and the Nag Hammadi collection.

Papyrus Collection of the University of Copenhagen Contains an inventory and photographic archive of the published papyri in the Carlsberg collection.

Saskatoon Repository Saskatoon Repository of the International Papyrological Photographic Archive (University of Saskatchewan) A comprehensive list of the holdings in the Archive, which contains photographic copies of the most-published papyri of the Cairo Museum and several universities. This site does not contain any of the photographs themselves.

The Perseus Project Large site containing search tools, Greek texts with English translation, searchable lexicons, and over 13,000 images of art and artifacts along with descriptions of the image and its context.

University of Michigan Papyrus Collection Contains an introduction to the University's papyrus collection, a list of papyrological tools, a selective bibliography, and a list of exhibitions and events.