The Coptic Gnostic library online is a full-text, searchable version of the Nag Hammadi Codices, originally published in 14 volumes between 1975 and 1995. The text is presented in both the original Coptic and in translation and provides a unique source of information on the Gnostic religion.
The CMCL is dedicated to the study of Egyptian Christian culture in the I-XII centuries C.E., especially for the documents in Coptic language. It contains the archives of the CMCL: texts, grammar, history of literature, catalogue of manuscripts & bibliography.
Site reports are an important source of archaeological evidence. They may provide information about the location and size of an site, its chronological placement, the extent of the excavation, architecture, floor plans, artifacts, drawings and photographs.
Site reports may be published in monographs (i.e. books), e.g., The Amarna Reports, as chapters in books, or as articles in journals.
Search Tip! Search MultiSearch for excavations archaeology [name of site] to find publications e.g. excavations archaeology Israel or try searching for the name of the particular site you are interested in e.g. Tel el-Amarna.