Online Resources

Online Resources July 18, 2014

A wealth of online resources have come to my attention in recent days:

Older issues of the journal Neotestamentica are available online for free.

David Meadow shared materials from an epigraphy workshop.

AWOL pointed out a wealth of Coptic resources, as well as a free app for taking a field trip to Corinth.

Jim West shared a recording of Rudolf Bultmann speaking.

Darwin's library while on the HMS Beagle is online.

There are also some musical archives that have been made freely available by the Berlin Philharmonic to mark their anniversary.



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