The blog of the team “Digitale Geschichtswissenschaft” (Digital Historical Science) is not strictly concerned with Hagiography and Saints. However, it is THE contact point for all (German-speaking) who are interested in the digital field of history, particularly the digitisation of manuscripts and editions. It is the objective of this platform to… Continue Reading Digitale Geschichtswissenschaft
A German collection of links to the homepages of Orthodox archdioceses and dioceses from around the world (sorted by country) as well as links to Catholic, Protestant and Ecumenical associations and dioceses. They also include several websites on liturgy. This site might be particularly interesting if you are looking for… Continue Reading OKI Regensburg – Unsere Linksammlung
A very useful collection of digital resources in German and English: academic blogs of medieval studies, monthly review overviews, calendar, conference proceedings and much more.
A German website containing a selection of digitised patristic texts in German translation from the “Bibliothek der Kirchenväter” (19th century). This great collection of revised and polished digitised texts is supervised by Gregor Emmenegger (Faculty of Theology, University of Fribourg (Switzerland)). The texts are available for reuse (of course with an… Continue Reading Bibliothek der Kirchenväter
This Thesaurus lists primarily German saints and includes the opus in which the respective saint is mentioned. Clicking on this link gives a useful overview of the manuscripts of the opus in question, key information as well as the classification according to the Bibliotheca Hagiographica Latina (BHL). Furthermore, it also includes… Continue Reading Thesaurus der Heiligen
The Arbeitskreis für hagiographische Fragen is concerned with the interdisciplinary and international connection of research dealing with Saints, Sanctity, Hagiography, Religiosity. There are yearly meetings in Stuttgart-Hohenheim (Germany) to discuss current research and regular conferences in Weingarten. The Programme and Reports of these conferences are available on the website.
Digitised and machine readable version of Gertz’ 1908-12 Vitae Sanctorum Danorum.