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- Brent, Allen, editor and translator, "St Cyprian of Carthage: Selected Treatises," St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 2007, ISBN 0-88141-312-7
- Brent, Allen, editor and translator, "St Cyprian of Carthage: Selected Letters," St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 2007, ISBN 0-88141-313-5
- Campbell, Phillip, editor, "The Complete works of Saint Cyprian" Evolution Publishing, 2013, ISBN 1-935228-11-0
- Daniel, Robin, "This Holy Seed: Faith, Hope and Love in the Early Churches of North Africa," (Chester, Tamarisk Publications, 2010: from www.opaltrust.org) ISBN 095385634
- Christian Classics Ethereal Library: Cyprian texts
- J.M. Tebes, "Cyprian of Carthage: Christianity and Social World in the 3rd. century", Cuadernos de Teología 19, (2000) (Spanish)
- Pontius the Deacon (Pontius Diaconis), "The Life and Passion of Cyprian, Bishop and Martyr"
- "The Plague of AD 251"
- Catholic Encyclopedia: St. Cyprian
- Works by Cyprian at the IntraText Digital Library, with concordance and frequency lists
- Acta proconsularia S. Cypriani
- Multilanguage Opera Omnia
- Habere non potest Deum patrem qui ecclesiam non habet matrem.
- No one can have God for his Father, who has not the Church for his mother.
- De Ecclesiae Catholicae Unitate (AD 251), ch. vi.
- Salus extra ecclesiam non est.
- There is no salvation outside the Church.
- Letter to Jubaianus (AD 256), Letter 73
- For the helmsman is recognized in the tempest; in the warfare the soldier is proved.
- It is a persistent evil to persecute a man who belongs to the grace of God. It is a calamity without remedy to hate the happy.
- Treatise on Jealousy and Envy ch. ix
- Think not that you are thus maintaining the Gospel of Christ when you separate yourselves from the flock of Christ.
- Letter to the Roman Confessors, that they should return to unity Letter 43.
- Men imitate the gods whom they adore, and to such miserable beings their crimes become their religion.
- Letter to Donatus Letter 1, ch. viii