3.4.2016 The full table of John Chrysostom’s works has been posted. Subpages for individual works have also been published.

12.5.2015 The Early Egyptian Monasticism page has been updated.

9.28.2015 A page with a brief biography of Epiphanius of Salamis has been added.

9.21.2015 The Ante-Nicene Fathers and Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: Series 1 pages have been reformatted.

2.6.2015 Pages accompanying Dr. Thompson’s book The Correspondence of Julius I have been posted.

3.24.2014 A short biography for John Chrysostom has been posted.

2.10.2014 English translations of Jerome’s Prefaces have been posted.

1.28.2014 Pages containing bibliographical information about the Nicene and Post Nicene Fathers Series 2 have been added to the bibliographical helps.

11.18.2013 A new biography on Ambrose of Milan has been added to the list of fourth century writers.

10.24.2013 The translation of Urkunde 14: Alexander’s Letter to Alexander of Byzantium has been updated.

9.13.2013 A new page on Athanasius has been added to the list of fourth century writers.

8.15.2013 Translations of the Jaffe-Kaltenbrunner register of the acts and writings of the popes have been added for all the popes of the fourth century.

6.13.2013 A new page on Apollinaris of Laodicea, along with a chart of known Apollinarian writings, many of which also include English translations, has been added to the list of fourth century writers.

12.12.2012 A new page on Hilary of Poitiers has been added to the list of fourth century writers.

10.29.2012 A new page on the works of Constantine has been added. This is the first ever complete chronological list of Constantine’s extant writings!

9.27.2012 A new page on Jerome has been added to the list of fourth century writers.

9.12.2012 A new page on Eusebius of Caesarea has been added to the list of fourth century writers.

9.4.2012 A new page on Lucifer of Cagliari has been added to the list of fourth century writers.

8.31.2012 A table listing the falsae of Julius has been added, along with English translations.

8.29.12 Fragments 17, 58-75, 98-105, and 107-128 have been added to the Marcellus of Ancyra Fragments. New editions are also available for existing translations.

5.11.2012 A new page on Eusebius of Nicomedia has been added to the list of fourth century writers.

5.1.2012 A new page on Priscillian of Avila has been added to the list of fourth century writers.

4.25.2012 A new page on Sulpicius Severus has been added to the list of fourth century writers.

3.5.2012 A new page on Lactantius has been added to the list of fourth century writers.

2.28.2012 A new page on Ossius of Cordova has been added to the list of fourth century writers.

12.07.2011 A table listing the falsae of Liberius has been added, along with a translation of one of the documents: Gesta Liberii

2.24.2011 A new page with a chart listing the writings of Ambrose has been added.

2.4.2011 A new page with documents concerning the Meletian schism has been added. A link is also available under “Primary Texts” on the sidebar.

2.3.2011 A new page on Augustine of Hippo has been added, along with an English translation of his work de cura pro mortuis (On the Care of the Dead).

12.2.2010 A new page on the Conciliar Creeds of the Fourth Century has been added. A couple more translations are forthcoming.

9.10.2010 The Councils and Creeds page has been revamped, and several links to the councils have been added, while others have been revised.

5.3.2010 We now have a brief introduction to Phoebadius of Agen, including the first ever English translation of his work Against the Arians.

3.25.2010 A comprehensive list of Syriac authors, which has been underway for several months, is now available. A shorter list that goes to AD 451 is available here.

3.25.2010 More patristic abbreviations are available.

2.15.2010 An English translation of Eusebius of Vercelli’s letter to Emperor Constantius is available.

9.6.2009: An updated English translation of John Chrysostom’s Commentary on Galatians is now available.

7.8.2009: Check out our Patristic Abbreviations pages, courtesy of Kevin Hill, PhD student at Durham University.

7.1.2009: Information about the Church of the East’s councils in 410, 420 and 424 are now available on FCC, as well as translations of these councils.

4.22.2009: Updated Pachomian Monastery Map

4.2.2009: Now Featuring a PDF version of DeRossi’s Text Inscriptiones Christianae Urbis Romae Volume 2, part 1

3.2.2009: Contents of the Nicene and Post Nicene Fathers Series 1 is now available on FCC.

2.19.2009: Detailed information on more councils is available on our Council and Creeds page.  Check back soon for a more in-depth list of fourth-century councils.

1.12.2009: Contents of the Ante-Nicene Fathers series is now available on FCC.

1.2.2009: Contents of E. Schwartz’s Acta conciliorum oecumenicorum now available on FCC.

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