"I guess I can put two and two together." (woman to Nick Charles)
"Sometimes the answer's four and sometimes it's twenty-two." (Nick)
(Dashiell Hammett, The Thin Man, 1934)

The Coptic Gospel of Thomas in Context

Formerly called "The Codex II Student Resource Center" (C2SRC), this is
a resource center for independent research related to Nag Hammadi Codex II.
Featuring the Web's first complete Coptic/English translation of the Gospel of Thomas.

Video: The Lost Gospel of Thomas (A YouTube clip condensing parts 2 and 3 of
... a 9-part YouTube video of a BBCFour TV program of unknown date (Dec 2007?)
... featuring Stephen Emmel, Bart Ehrman, and stunning views of the Coptic manuscript)
The Lost Gospels (Beginning of the complete 9-part YouTube video, total 1.5 hrs)

Grondin's Interlinear Coptic/English translation of The Gospel of Thomas

Other English Translations of Codex II Texts
... (see Op-Ed piece below about Meyer-Patterson translations)

The bindings of Codex II (back cover, front cover, binding flap)
Facsimiles of pages 32-51 (The Gospel of Thomas)
The tau-rho, or staurogram, in the "cross saying" (#55)
"Maps" of the Nag Hammadi Codices

Selected Coptic Fonts & Transliterations

Selected Sources for the Study of Codex II

Op-Ed Pieces
No Man's Land: The Meyer-Patterson Family of Translations (Jun, '08)
The DeConick Phenomenon (Feb, '07)
The Strange Case of the Nancy Johnson Translation (Dec, '06)
How Many Books Were in the Jar? (Nov, '06)
General Information about this website

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