Prof. Geoffrey Smith (UT Austin) will show you everything you need to know about how to make your own magical papyrus over at Ancient Jew Review – see here.
Lovers of things ancient-Egyptian may wish to check out the University of Oxford’s Online Egyptological Bibliography, which is being made open-access during the Covid-19 crisis.They catalogue basically everything which is […]
Often our best critical editions for patristic sources are from the venerable Sources Chrétiennes series (SC), a mainstay for anyone working on early Christian studies, ancient theology, and ancient philosophy. […]
This looks like a must-consult for future work involving astrology in the ancient world. David Brown. The Interactions of Ancient Astral Science. With contributions by : Jonathon Ben-Dov, Harry Falk, […]
…Well, at least some of them are. A lot of older Loeb Classical Library volumes are out of copyright and may be downloaded for free. A collection of links to […]
‘The Coptic Magical Papyri: Vernacular Religion in Late Roman and Early Islamic Egypt is a five-year research project (2018-2023) based at the Chair of Egyptology of the Julius Maximilian University […]
Via PaleoJudaica (in turn reblogging AWOL): The Digital Syriac Corpus has been around for some time, and is starting to have a significant corpus of digitized Syriac texts available for […]