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The site was prepared by Richard Stracke, assisted by Claire Stracke, for the Department of English and Foreign Languages at Augusta University. Dr. Stracke is Emeritus Professor of English at Augusta U., and Mrs. Stracke is a veteran of Davidson Fine Arts School and of several projects like this one. Augusta University, known from 2012 to 2015 as Georgia Regents University, was formed from the merger in 2012 of what had been the Medical College of Georgia and Augusta State University. Both institutions trace their origins to the early 19th century.
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Acta Sanctorum. Ed. John Bolland et al. 65 vols. Brussels, 1643-1925. The Christian Iconography website has references to the following volumes of the Acta Sanctorum at the Documenta Catholica Omnia web site (retrieved 2013-12-02):
Ambrose, On the Mysteries and the Treatise on the Sacraments by an Unknown Author, trans. T. Thompson, ed. with Introduction and Notes by J.H. Strawley (New York: Macmillan, 1919). Online copy at Online Library of Liberty, retrieved 2015-05-15.
Amico di Milano Olivetano, D. Bernardo Maria. Vita di Santa Francesca Romana. Venice: Alvise Pavino, 1710. Online copy at Google Books.
Analecta Franciscana. Volume 3 (1897) is online at this address.
Andrén, Anders, Kristina Jennbert, and Catharina Raudvere, eds. Old Norse Religion in Long-term Perspectives: Origins, Changes, and Interactions. Lund, Sweden: Nordic Academic Press, 2006. Though not available as an e-book, the volume can be searched at Google Books (retrieved 2016-05-16).
Arnald of Sarrant. Chronicle of the Twenty-Four Generals of the Order of Friars Minor. Tr. Noel Muscat, O.F.M. Malta: TAU Franciscan Communications, 2010 (retrieved 2013-12-02).
Ascension of Isaiah, The. Tr. M. A. Knibb. In The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, Ed. James H. Charlesworth,(New York: Doubleday, 1985), 143-176. Online copy at Early Christian Writings, retrieved 2014-01-23.
Aurelius Augustine. Confessions. Tr. Albert C. Outler. London: SCM Press, 1955. Online copy available at Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
Aurelius Augustine. Oeuvres Complètes. 135 vols. Paris: Librairie de Louis Vivès, 1873. Online copy at Archive.org, retrieved 2016-05-19.
"The Avenging of the Savior." In Roberts and Donaldson, Ante-Nicene Fathers (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wm. B. Eerdmans), vol. 8. One online copy in Schaff and another at New Advent (both retrieved 2015-04-25).
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Beal, Jane. Illuminating Moses: A History of Reception from Exodus to the Renaissance. Boston: Brill, 2014. Parts of this book are available from Google Books at this address (retrieved 2014-08-16).
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Berlin, Gail Ivy. "Like a Duck from a Falcon": Moses in Middle English Biblical Literature." In Beal, 263-304.
Biblia Sacra iuxta Vulgatam Clementinam. Ed. Albertus Colunga and Laurentius Turrado. Madrid: Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos, 1965. The Latin text is also available online at Bible Gateway: From the list of versions next to the search field, select "Latina: Biblia Sacra Vulgata." (You may be prompted to select whether you want the "apocryphal" books included in your search. You should say yes.)
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Cepari, Virgilio. Life of Saint Aloysius Gonzaga. Tr. Francis Goldie, S. J. New York: Benziger Brothers, 1891. Online copy at Google Books.
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Collijn, Isak. Iconographia Birgittina Typographica. Upsala and Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksells, 1915. Online copy at Internet Archive, retrieved 2015-10-05. Hard copies are available at the New York Public Library and the Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, Toronto.
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Dawes, Elizabeth, tr. Three Byzantine Saints: Contemporary Biographies of St. Daniel the Stylite, St. Theodore of Sykeon, and St. John the Almsgiver. Yonkers, New York: St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 2017 (paper). From the 1948 London edition the Internet Medieval Sourcebook has online copies of the sections on "St. John the Almsgiver, Daniel the Stylite and St. Theodore of Sykeon.
"The Death of Pilate, Who Condemned Jesus." In Roberts and Donaldson, Ante-Nicene Fathers (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wm. B. Eerdmans), vol. 8. Online copies: one in Schaff, another at New Advent (both retrieved 2015-04-25).
Delcol, Elío. "Assumption Church, Windsor, Ontario: A Brief History." Flier available in the church; same text available at the Assumption Church website.
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Deperis, Paolo, et. al. "S. Mauro e S. Eleuterio vescovi martiri de Parenzo." Atti e memorie della società istriana di archeologia e storia patria 14 (1898), 1-129. Online copy at Google Books, retrieved 2014-07-25.
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Didron, Adolphe Napoléon, Christian Iconography. Tr. Margaret Stokes. 2 volumes. London: George Bell, 1907. Online copy of volume 2 at Archive.Org (retrieved 2015-02-17).
"Did the Church declare that St. Christopher is a myth?" Online at Catholic Answers (retrieved 2013-12-02).
Dryden, John. "A Song for Saint Cecilia's Day." Online at Bartleby.com (retrieved 2013-12-02).
Duchesne, Louis. Le Liber Pontificalis: Texte, Introduction et Commentaire. 2 vols. Paris: Ernest Thorin, 1886. Online copy of volume I and of volume II at Internet Archive, both retrieved 2014-06-05.
Dudley, Martin R. "Sacramental Liturgies in the Middle Ages." In Heffernan and Matter, 193-218.
Durandus, William. The Symbolism of Churches and Church Ornaments, with an Introductory Essay by John Mason Neale and Benjamin Webb. 3rd edition. London: Gibbings, 1906. Online copy at Google Books, retrieved 2016-10-30.
Easter Vigil Readings: For the Anglican Communion, see The Lessons Appointed for Use on The Great Vigil of Easter. These are the same as the Roman Catholic readings, which may be found along with the Exultet on this page at CatholicCulture.org. (Both sites retrieved 2014-08-07.)
Eliot, T. S. Four Quartets. London: Faber and Faber, 1976. The four quartets are "Burnt Norton," "East Coker," "The Dry Salvages," and "Little Gidding." An online copy is at Coldbacon.com(retrieved 2016-10-12).
Les Enluminures. Commercial website selling medieval manuscripts. Home page, Text manuscripts index page (both retrieved 2014-02-18). Essay describing a MS. with Pseudo-Eusebius of Cremona's letter on the death of St. Jerome: no longer online.
Elliott, J. K. The Apocryphal New Testament. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993. Online selections at Google Books (retrieved 2015-02-09).
Erhardt, Michelle A. "The Magdalene as Mirror: Trecento Franciscan Imagery in the Guidalotti-Rinucci Chapel, Florence." In Michelle Erhardt and Amy Morris, Mary Magdalene: Iconographic Studies from the Middle Ages to the Baroque (Boston: Brill Academic Publishers, 2012), 21-44.
Eugippius. The Life of St. Severin. Tr. George W. Robinson. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1914. Online copy at Google Books, retrieved 2017-01-23.
Evans, Helen. "An Early Christian Sarcophagus from Rome Lost and Found." Metropolitan Museum Journal 28 (1993), 77-84. Online copy provided by the museum and JStor, retrieved 2013-12-3.
Farmer, David Hugh. The Oxford Dictionary of Saints. 5th ed. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. Available online to members of some public libraries: try signing in with your library card at this address (retrieved 2014-06-08).
Ferguson, Everett. "Jonah in Early Christian Art." In Niang and Osiek, 342-53.
Florez, Enrique. España Sagrada, vol. 10. Online copy at Archive.org, retrieved 2015-05-15.
Fraser, J., tr. "The Passion of St. Christopher." Revue Celtique 34 (1913), 307-325. Online copy at Archive.org, retrieved 2015-10-19. Additional online copy posted 9/1999 by David Woods, retrieved 2015-10-09.
Freeman, Philip. The Principles of Divine Service: an enquiry concerning the true manner of understanding and using the order for morning and evening prayer, and for the administration of the Holy Communion in the English Church. Oxford, England: J. Parker, 1871. Online copy at Villanova University Library's Internet Archive, retrieved 2013-12-3.
"Frescoes in the Cappella Scrovegni (Arena Chapel), Padua." Online at Web Gallery of Art, retrieved 2014-03-05.
Frizzell, Lawrence E., and J. Frank Henderson. "Jews and Judaism in the Medieval Latin Liturgy." In Heffernan and Matter, 167-92.
Fuchs, Linda Møskeland. "Iconographic Structure: Recognizing the Resurrected Jesus on the Vatican Jonah Sarcophagus." In Romaine, 45-70.
Gallonio, Antonio. The Life of St. Philip Neri. Tr. Jerome Bertram. San Francisco, California: Ignatius Press, 2005. Selections available online at Google Books (retrieved 2015-02-17).
Garnett, James M., tr. Elene; Judith; Athelstan, or the Fight at Brunanburh; Byrhtnoth, or the Fight at Maldon; and the Dream of the Rood. Boston: Athenaeum, 1911. Online copy at Project Gutenberg, retrieved 2014-05-13.
Gasquet, Francis Aidan. A Life of Pope St. Gregory the Great: Written by a Monk of the Monastery of Whitby. Westminster, England: Art and Book Company, 1904. Online copy at Google Books.
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Gertrude of Helfta. Legatus Divinae Pietatis. English translation: Margaret Winkworth, The Herald of Divine Love (New York: Paulist Press, 1993). Online: Text in Latin at Monastic Matrix, text in Latin at IntraText.com, facsimile of 1590 edition in Latin at Google Books, French translation at Google Books. (All sites retrieved 2013-12-28.)
Gittens, Peter.Magistra Apostolorum in the writings of Rupert of Deutz : an investigation into the usage of this Marian title in Rupert's Commentary on the Canticle of Canticles. Dayton, Ohio: International Marian Research Institute, 1996.
Goss, Vladimir. "Radovan and Homer: a Note on the Epic Style in Medieval Art." Online copy of conference paper posted by the University of Rijeka.
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The Holkham Bible Picture Book. Online scan of the pages.
Hollis, Mary, and Lauren Simpson. "The Tree of Life." in The Speculum theologiae in Beinecke MS 416. Online copy at Yale Library Archive, retrieved 2016-10-14.
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Hurtado, Larry W. "The Staurogram in Early Christian Manuscripts: The Earliest Visual Reference to the Crucified Jesus?" In Thomas J. Kraus and Tobias Nicklas, New Testament Manuscripts: Their Text and Their World. Leiden: Brill, 2006. Online copy at ERA, a resource of the University of Edinburgh library.
Iconografía de San Hermenegildo. Online essay at the website of the Archdiocese of Madrid, retrieved 2015-12-28.
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Jensen, Robin Margaret. Online copy of "Witnessing the Divine," first published in Bible Review 17, no. 6 (December 2001). Retrieved 2015-12-12.
Jerome, St. (Eusebius Hieronymus Stridonensis). The Perpetual Virginity of Blessed Mary: Against Helvidius. Tr. W. H. Fremantle et al. In Schaff, Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, VI. Online copy at CCEL, retrieved 2015-12-03.
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"La Puerta de Córdoba, Lugar del Martirio de San Hermenegildo." Online essay at ABCdesevilla, retrieved 2014-01-08.
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Migne, J. P. Patrologiae Latinae Cursus Completus. Online copy at Documenta Catholica Omnia, retrieved 2014-02-18. The Christian Iconography website has references to the following volumes/sections:
Milliner, Matthew J. "Icon as Theology: The Byzantine Virgin of Predestination." In Romaine, 73-93.
Missale ad usum insignis et praeclarae ecclesiae Sarum. Ed. Francis Henry Dickinson. London: C. J. Stewart, 1861. Online copy at Google Books, retrieved 2016-06-08.
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Nican Mopohua (the original account of the Guadalupe miracle). In Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate, A Handbook on Guadalupe (Waite Park, MN: Park Press, 1996), 193-205. Online edition in Nahuatl and English at the web site of the University of California at San Diego.
Nixon, Virginia. Mary's Mother: St. Anne in Late Medieval Europe. University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2004. Though not entirely available online, this work can be checked for search terms at Google Books (retrieved 2013-11-20).
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Passio Sanctae Katharinae Alexandriensis. Online at Wikisource Latin.
The Passion of St. Christopher (BHL 1764). Tr. David Woods. Online copy retrieved 2015-10-19.
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Prudentius. Peristephanon, Carmen III: Hymnus in honorem passionis Eulaliae, Beatissimae Martyris. Online copy at The Latin Library. English Translation by Robert J. Baker at Virginia Tech Digital Library and Archives. Both retrieved 2015-10-31.
Raymond of Capua. The Life of St. Catherine of Siena. Tr. George Lamb. Rockford, Illinois: TAN Books, 2003. Latin original online at pp. 853-959 of Acta Sanctorum, April vol. 3.
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The Recognitions of Clement, tr. Thomas Smith. In Roberts and Donaldson, Ante-Nicene Fathers (Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1885), vol. 8. Online copy at Christian Classics Ethereal Library, retrieved 2015-02-13.
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St. Sabbas the Sanctified Orthodox Monastery. Web site, retrieved 2015-03-15.
Sancta Missa: The Rubrics of the Missale Romanum 1962. Retrieved 2014-07-30. Sections referenced by our web site include the following:
Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Ciudad de. "Fiestas del Santo del 10 al 15 de mayo," "El milagro del peregrino ahoracado," and "El Gallinero." Online in the web site Santo Domingo de la Calzada, retrieved 2015-10-27.
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Sheingorn, Pamela, tr. The Book of Sainte Foy. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1995. Online copy at Google Books, retrieved 2013-12-05.
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Stiver, Stanley L. and David J. Stiver. Cross and Crucifix.
The Story of Perpetua. Tr. Alexander Walker. Online copy at Christian Classics Ethereal Library, retrieved 2014-12-13.
Sugano, Douglas, ed. The N-Town Plays. Kalamazoo, Michigan: Medieval Institute Publications, 2007. Online copy available at University of Rochester's TEAMS Middle English Texts Series, retrieved 2014-07-30.
Sulpitius Severus. Dialogue II: Concerning the Virtues of St. Martin. Online copy at Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
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Teresa of Avila. The Interior Castle. Tr. E. Allison Peers. Radford, Virginia: Wilder Publications, 2008. Online translation by the Benedictines of Stanbrook at Christian Classics Ethereal Library, retrieved 2015-04-03.
Teresa of Avila. The Life of St. Teresa of Jesus. Various adequate translations are available from online booksellers. Online translation by David Lewis at Christian Classics Ethereal Library, retrieved 2015-04-03.
Teresa of Avila. The Way of Perfection. Various adequate translations are available from online booksellers. Online translation by E. Allison Peers at Christian Classics Ethereal Library, retrieved 2015-04-03.
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