Lives of the Saints by Alban Butler.
Lives of the Saints by Sabine Baring-Gould.
The Liturgical Year by Dom Guéranger.
The Lives of the Fathers of the Eastern Deserts by Richard Challoner.
The lives of saints, with other feasts of the year, according to the Roman calendar by Peter Ribadeneira.
The Life of Saint Sabas written by his contemporary Cyril of Scythopolis is oft referred to, but is not yet translated in full into English. Here you can see the opening pages of the life in Greek.
Art & Architecture
A medallion containing a portrait of Saint Sabbas on this processional cross in the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Medieval Religion Listserv – 2016 Dillon.
The Saints in Art by Joseph Maria von Radowitz.
Emblems of Saints by Which They Are Distinguished in Works of Art by F. C. Husenbeth.
Saint Sabas’s monastery in the Holy Land (today in the territory of the Palestinian Authority) is one of the oldest continually occupied in the world. Learn more about it at WysInfo Docuwebs.
Perhaps a little tangential, but a fun tangent, you can read an archaeologist writing about “The Visits of St. Sabas to Beth Shean.” Beth Shean is the Israeli name for Scythopolis, the hometown of Sabas’s biographer Cyril.
San Saba in Rome
The church of the monastery of San Saba in Rome was founded in the seventh century by monks from Mar Saba fleeing invaders from the east. Enjoy this photo album. You can read more about the church at the excellent Churches of Rome Wiki (now hosted by Fandom).