|The Acts of Pilate - Apocryphal, probably written between the late third and mid-fifth century. Alexander Walker translation of a first and second Greek form. Chapters 11-16 deal with Joseph of Arimathea, and chapter 15 in the first Greek form includes interesting baptismal imagery.
||Britannia: Joseph of Arimathea - Explains how British monarchies claimed Joseph of Arimathea as an ancestor, and why this myth unravels.
|Catholic Encyclopedia: Joseph of Arimathea - All that is known for certain of him is what is told in the canonical Gospels.
||For All the Saints: Joseph of Arimathea - Hagiography. Lots of legendary material.
|James Kiefer's Christian Biographies: Joseph of Arimathea - Discusses the legend that Joseph of Arimathea went to Britain. With prayer in traditional and contemporary language.
||Joseph of Arimathea, Biblical & Legendary Accounts - Canonical, noncanonical, and legendary accounts of this mysterious figure, with an emphasis on medieval English legend.
|Mystic Realms: Joseph of Arimathea - Quotes passages of Scripture and of noncanonical works related to Joseph of Arimathea, delves into the origin of the legend of the Grail.
||The Narrative of Joseph - Apocryphal, purports to be by Joseph of Arimathea. From the Ante-Nicene Fathers, vol. 8, American edition. In HTML, with notes, at Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
|The Passing of Mary - Attributed to Joseph of Arimathea, but a medieval Latin version of a fourth-century Greek work. English translation by Alexander Walker.
||Patron Saints Index: Joseph of Arimathea - Illustrated profile.