Access Database of Patristic Allusions
- At 15k, it is a very small download, but it could prove very useful just the
The main difference between this Access database and the HTML pages is that
the preceding sentences are not quoted. You have to look them up from the
CCEL URL and the footnote number. (Or, especially if you order your queries
by NT book, you can surf through the e-Catena HTML pages for your query
The advantage is that you can make complex queries. Two are already
included: "Gospels in Apostolic Fathers" and "Paul in Irenaeus."
Of course, you must have Microsoft Access, included in Microsoft Office, to
use the database.
The link to the database download is also on the main e-Catena page:
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