A proper book list for so long a period of history as that sketched in this volume could easily be much longer than the volume itself. A recent catalogue for Athanasius alone by C. Butterweck (Opladen, 1995) runs to a few hundred pages. Origen and Augustine have specialized bibliographies. For Tertullian and Cyprian (1975-94) see R. Braun (1999). The list here given is therefore a selection, which, for reasons of space, cannot include many items which would be desirable. The publisher Ashgate (Aldershot) publishes many volumes of collected studies with papers from Festschriften and periodicals. A bibliography of New Testament problems would be enormous, and that part of the story is therefore omitted here, since any good Introduction to the New Testament (e.g. that by Raymond E. Brown, New York, 1997) provides book lists.
The nineteenth-century French editor J. P. Migne printed 221 volumes of Latin texts as late as Pope Innocent III, Greek writers to 1439 in 162 volumes. A. Hamman produced 5 supplementary volumes (Paris, 1958-74). The volumes from Migne do not fully answer to expectations of modern critical scholarship, but are often the only edition easily available. Collections of Latin texts edited critically are the Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum, CSEL (Vienna, 1866ff., still in progress), and Corpus Christianorum, Series Latina (CCSL published by Brepols, in Turnhout), also in progress but for the first six centuries not far from completion. The Corpus Christianorum series graeca (CCSG) does not yet include early texts of the first five or six centuries, but includes writings important in the Christological controversy.
Critical texts of early Greek Christians are in the series under the Berlin Academy, Die griechischen christlichen Schriftsteller der ersten drei Jahrhunderte (1899ff.), especially Hermas, Clement of Alexandria, Origen, and the historians, Eusebius of Caesarea, Socrates, Sozomen, and Theodoret, and Karl Holl's three-volume edition of Epiphanius. Evagrius' history is edited by J. Bidez and Parmentier (London, 1899. reprinted).
Athanasius is in process of being edited, also under the Berlin Academy, but in a separate series. For the second century apologists the old edition by E. J. Goodspeed (1914), who did not include Theophilus of Antioch, is in process of being replaced piecemeal. The older edition by J. C. T. Otto remains useful. Justin (and pseudo-Justin) is edited by M. Marcovich in Patristische Texte und Arbeiten; the Apologies by C. Munier in Paradosis, a series from Fribourg, Switzerland. For Irenaeus, five