English translations are available in an NRSV study Bible with Apocrypha.
Cf. Rahlf's Septuaginta or the Göttingen Septuagint for the
Greek texts. Use the online links below or Bible software for other editions
of these texts.
For English translations, consult Martínez' The Dead Sea Scrolls
Translated: The Qumran Texts in English and Vermes' The Complete Dead
Sea Scrolls in English and Wise, Abegg, & Cook's The Dead Sea Scrolls:
A New Translation.
The Legends of the
Jews by Louis Ginzberg - This is an invaluable resource, but unfortunately
the public domain online edition does not include the footnotes and indices
of vols 5-7 which are really needed to make use of the text. There is a
search function on the site that helps. Note however that Volume
5 with footnotes to vols 1-2 has the "Search Inside" feature
on Amazon. Similarly, check out Volume
6 (notes to vols 3-4) and Volume
Midrash Rabbah - This is one of the most fascinating collection of rabbinic
comments (though many are probably of relatively late date). For working in
English, you especially need to consult the indices of the 10
volume Soncino edition. Only small
portions of it are online.
Kommentar zum Neuen Testament aus Talmud und Midrasch by Strack and
Billerbeck - Though it must be used
with caution, there really isn't any other resource like this for finding
possible relationships between the NT and rabbinic literature. You will only
find old copies of it in libraries, and it is in German.
Early Church Fathers - Additional Texts
- A very helpful collection of English translations of works that are not
included in the 38 volume collection of Ante-Nicene, Nicene and Post-Nicene
Fathers. Includes works such as Irenaeus' Proof of the Apostolic
Preaching and a good collection of Eusebius' writings
I've linked some specific resources above, but there are many other texts on
this site worth checking such as the
NT, and the
Salkinson versions of the NT rendered in Hebrew/Aramaic.