Gnosticism is a modern scholarly construct used to discuss texts and groups that
adhered to a worldview characterized by a distinction between a faulty creator-god and a
higher deity with whose otherworldly realm human beings enjoy kinship.
TEXTS AND PRIMARY RESOURCES
The Campbell Bonner Magical Gems Database
Date Converter for Ancient Egypt
Website that converts dates mentioned in the Greek and Demotic papyri into Julian and corresponding Gregorian dates.
Gnostic Society Library
Collection of Gnostic and Gnosticism-related texts, including English-language translations of the Nag Hammadi Library, taken from Robinson (ed.) Nag Hammadi Library in English (NHLE).
Nag Hammadi Archive
One of the few resources about the codices themselves.
Bibliothèque Copte de Nag Hammadi
Home to the project governing the Francophone edition, translation, and publication of the codices. Many of the French translations are more recent and up-to-date with scholarship than those found in the NHLE, and so are worth consulting even by Anglophone scholars.
Some English and Czech Translations
Project exploring the manufacture and translation of the Nag Hammadi Codices in the fourth-century and later Egypt.
Gnosis: Journal of Gnostic Studies
Website for the journal Gnosis (independent of the Brill site) with information on the Nag Hammadi Bibliography Online, upcoming events in Gnostic studies, etc.
Berliner Arbeitskreis für koptisch-gnostische Schriften
Current events and publications of the Berlin working-group on Coptic Gnostic literature, recently revived at Humbolt University.
Z. Mazur’s comprehensive bibliography on Plotinus and the Gnostics.
French-language portal to all the news in Gnosticism and later Platonism.