Corpus Christianorum Series Latina (CCSL) (c. 200 AD-735 AD)
The Corpus Christianorum, Series Latina comprises critical editions of Latin texts from the first eight centuries of the Christian era, from early Christian apologists such as Tertullian (ca. 150-225), to Bede (ca. 735). Taking account of the most recent patristic research and studies, each edition is provided with full critical and source apparatus and preceded by an introduction, the most important part of which is the description of the manuscript tradition. Works include sermons, theological treatises, Biblical exegesis and histories by figures such as Tertullian, Cyprian, Ambrose, Augustine, Jerome, Gregory the Great.