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What is a Primary Source?
"Primary sources refer to first-person accounts of events in original documents, letters, artwork, literature, music, observational notes, journals, and photographs."
Lundy, K. S. (2008). Historical research. In L. M. Given, The SAGE encyclopedia of qualitative research methods. Sage Publications. Credo Reference:
Primary Sources Church History
Loeb Classical Library
Provides access to the written treasures of the ancient Greek and Roman world.The fullu searchable Greek and Latin texts appear alongside English translations.Includes writings of many Church Fathers. Tyndale authentication required.
Ancient Texts and Biblical Interpretation
The following is a list of repositories of primary texts from the ancient world selected by the staff at the Tyndale libraries.