I'm confused--Fr Chris was asking for a link to the source. Why then would you say the CCEL site provides no more references than what was in your post? As it was assumed you were quoting from the CCEL site, what we wanted was a link to the original, which Quinault provided kindly.
I think the confusion reflects our generation gap, I am happy with sources from printed material. The younger generation are impatient of that and want instant access to clickable Internet sources.
Here are the sources given in my post and (most of them) by CCEL.
1. The Acts of the 13th Session of the 6th Ecumenical Council.
2. Honorius's two letters in favour of monothelitism.
Ordered burnt by the 13th Session of the 6th Ecumenical Council.
3. The Anathema from 17th session of the 6th Ecumenical Council.
4. The Decree of Faith of the 17th Session of the 6th Ecumenical Council.
5. The report of the 6th Council to the Emperor.
6. The letter of the 6th Ecumenical Council to Pope Agatho.
7. The Imperial Decree and the Imperial Anathemas on the monothelite heretics.
8. Pope Leo II's confirmation of the decrees and Anathemas of the Council. This one may not be easy to locate.
9. Honorius' anathematization supported by the Trullan (Quinisext) Canons.
10. The Seventh Ecumenical Council's confirmation of the Anathemas.
11. The Roman copy of the Acts, mentioned in Anastasius's life of Leo II (Vita Leonis II.)
12. The Papal Oath in the Liber Diurnus.
13. The lesson for the feast of St. Leo II in the Roman Breviary .
14. The Catholic Encyclopedia article on Honorius.
The references are all there, but just not clickable references. People should start using libraries again.