- 1891: Aristotelous Ἀθηναιων Πολιτεια. Aristotle on the Constitution of Athens; edited by F. G. Kenyon. London: Printed by order of the Trustees of the British Museum
- 1891: Classical Texts from Papyri in the British Museum: Including the Newly Discovered Poems of Herodas, with Autotype Facsimiles of MSS; edited by F. G. Kenyon. London: British Museum.
- 1895: Our Bible and the Ancient Manuscripts, Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, 1896
- 1897: The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning; edited with biographical additions by Frederic G. Kenyon. 2 vol. London: John Murray. Gutenberg fulltext
- 1899: The Palaeography of Greek papyri: With Twenty Facsimiles and a Table of Alphabets
- 1900: Facsimiles of Biblical Manuscripts in the British Museum Printed by Order of the Trustees. London.
- 1901: Handbook to the textual criticism of the New Testament (1st ed.)
- 1912: Handbook to the textual criticism of the New Testament (2nd ed.)
- 1914: Aristotle, The Athenian Constitution; translated by Frederic G. Kenyon. London: G. Bell Gutenberg fulltext Wikisource fulltext
- 1915: Codex Alexandrinus in Reduced Photographic Facsimile. London: British Museum. http://www.archive.org/stream/codexalexandrin02unknuoft#page/n5/mode/2up.
- 1932: Books and Readers in Ancient Greece and Rome Oxford: Clarendon Press. (2nd ed. 1951)
- 1933: Recent Developments in the Textual Criticism of the Greek Bible (Schweich Lectures for 1932) London: Oxford University Press
- 1933-41: The Chester Beatty Biblical Papyri: Descriptions and Texts of Twelve Manuscripts on Papyrus of the Greek Bible. London: Emery Walker. (See Chester Beatty Papyri)
- 1936: The Story of the Bible: A Popular Account of How It Came to Us London: J. Murray
- 1940: The Bible and Archaeology. London: G. Harrap / New York: Harper & Row
- 1948: The Bible and Modern Scholarship (Ethel M. Wood Lecture) London: J. Murray.
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