This contains selected digitized archaeological works from the special subject collection of Heidelberg University Library. Currently the collection comprises around 1200 works dating from the 16th up to the early 20th century. All titles are searchable via PropylaeumSEARCH.
Since 1st September 2009 the offer of digitized works is systematically being expanded as part of a project by the German Research Foundation (DFG). All titles from Heidelberg as well as further digitized works from project partners can be searched via the thematic portal „Reception of Antiquity in a Semantic Network: Digital Books, Images and Objects”.
In the iDAI-Bookbrowser actually are presented ca. 1.300 convolutes from engraved works, codices up to archive folders. These are the stocks of the following institutions: Roman-Germanic Commission (RGK) Frankfurt, Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt (Halle/Saale), University Halle/Saale / Institute of Archeology, Cologne Digital Archaeology Laboratory (University of Cologne), Thomas-Institute of the University at Cologne, University und City Library, Cologne, University Munich / Institute of Archology, German Archaeological Institute Romehttp://mar-fileserver.klassarchaeologie.uni-koeln.de/abteilungen/mar/forber.htm and the Winckelmann Society, Stendal.
Digitized catalogue of the antique bronze catalogued by Carl Friederichs in 1871. The new photos are available online.
Digitized publications of the EFA, e.g. Bibliothèque de l'École Française d'Athènes et de Rome - Série Athènes (BEFAR), Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique (BCH), archaeological guides to the series 'Sites et monuments' and important excavation reports (Delphi, Delos). 550 volumes are available at the moment and the process of digitization will be expanded to cover all EFA publications.
Digitized works from the years 1850 to 1950, covering, among other things, the archaeology of the Mediterranean.
Available from the Warburg Institute at the moment are 30 archaeologically relevant digitized volumes from the 16th to 18th Centuries.
Available at the moment are around 60 digitized voulumes from the 16th to 19th centuries, covering the Archaeology of Greece and Italy.
Roman map in Google-Maps-View with the possibilty to navigate around the area. Createt by René Voorburg.