Alin Suciu has collected a bibliography of publications of works connected with the 4th century founder of Egyptian monasticism, St. Pachomius. He’s also linked to downloads. You know, five years ago you just couldn’t have got these books!
The first on the list is a publication by Egyptologist E. Amelineau. Amelineau is a name that I came across as a boy, when reading Leonard Cottrell’s books about ancient Egypt. Flinders Petrie, who started scientific archaeology, found that Amelineau was the enemy, and his name was associated with everything bad in my early reading, therefore.
But the truth is that Amelineau wasn’t an archaeologist at all. He was a coptologist, publishing papyri and other 4th century Christian texts. His volumes — and they are numerous — are still of value today. It is unfortunate, therefore, that in getting involved in digging for antiquities, in a period when this was commonplace, he outlived his time and started to do real damage.
UPDATE: Dr Suciu has continued his Pachomian bibiography here with further excellent material.