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Full or fragmentary
These texts exist in surviving manuscripts.
- Acts of John
- The Hymn of Jesus
- Acts of Peter
- Acts of Peter and the Twelve
- Acts of Thomas
- Apocalypse of Adam
- First Apocalypse of James
- Second Apocalypse of James
- Apocryphon of James
- Apocryphon of John
- Coptic Apocalypse of Paul
- Coptic Apocalypse of Peter
- Books of Jeu
- Book of Thomas the Contender
- Dialogue of the Saviour
- Letter of Peter to Philip
- Odes of Solomon
- Pistis Sophia
- Secret Gospel of Mark
- The Sophia of Jesus Christ
- Gospel of the Egyptians
- Gospel of Judas
- Gospel of Mary
- Gospel of Philip
- Gospel of Thomas
- Gospel of Truth
- Unknown Berlin Gospel or Gospel of the Saviour
Quoted or alluded
These texts are mentioned or partially quoted in the writings of the Church Fathers.
- Gospel of Basilides mentioned by Origen, Jerome, Ambrose, Philip of Side, and Bede.
- Basilides' Exegetica mentioned in Hippolytus of Rome (Refutatio Omnium Haeresium VII, i-xv and X, x) and Clement of Alexandria (Stromata IV, xii and IV, xxiv-xxvi)
- Epiphanes' On Righteousness, mentioned in Clement of Alexandria (Str. III, ii).
- Heracleon, Fragments from his Commentary on the Gospel of John, mentioned in Origen (Commentary on the Gospel of John)
- Naassene Fragment mentioned in Hippolytus (Ref. 5.7.2-9).
- Ophite Diagrams mentioned in Celsus and Origen
- Ptolemy's Commentary on the Gospel of John Prologue, mentioned in Irenaeus.
- Ptolemy's Letter to Flora, mentioned in Epiphanius.
- Theodotus: Excerpta Ex Theodoto mentioned in Clement of Alexandria.
- Askew Codex contains Pistis Sophia and some other unknown texts.
- Berlin Codex, 5th century, contains a fragmentary Gospel of Mary, out of nineteen pages, pages 1–6 and 11-14 are missing entirely, the Apocryphon of John, The Sophia of Jesus Christ, and an epitome of the Act of Peter.
- Bruce Codex contains the first and second Books of Jeu and three fragments - an untitled text, an untitled hymn, and the text "On the Passage of the Soul Through the Archons of the Midst".
- Codex Tchacos, 4th century, contains the Gospel of Judas, the First Apocalypse of James, the Letter of Peter to Philip, and a fragment of Allogenes.
- Nag Hammadi library contains a large number of texts (for a complete list see the listing)
- Three Oxyrhynchus papyri contain portions of the Gospel of Thomas:
- Oxyrhyncus 1: this is half a leaf of papyrus which contains fragments of logion 26 through 33.
- Oxyrhyncus 654: this contains fragments of the beginning through logion 7, logion 24 and logion 36 on the flip side of a papyrus containing surveying data.
- Oxyrhyncus 655: this contains fragments of logion 36 through logion 39 and is actually 8 fragments named a through h, whereof f and h have since been lost.
- Adversus haereses, I, viii, 5.
- Hær. XXXIII, 3-7.