I was looking through evagriusponticus.net again at how nicely Joel Kalvesmaki has organized the list of writings and noticed a little link that said “find MSS”. Curiosity overwhelmed me and I discovered a great site that lists Greek manuscripts with other relevant data: Pinakes: Textes et manuscrits grecs (hosted by Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes). Those who work closely with manuscripts probably know about it already, but for those who don’t (like myself), this is exciting! You can find a list of an authors work (like, say, Gregory of Nazianzus), and select a text (let’s use the First Theological Oration) to find the information you need. The website is in French, so for those who don’t read French (and if you are studying the Early Church I should add “yet”), you may need to utilize translation software.


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