Catalogues of the project partners:
The Special Collection Catalogue contains details of all literature that the Heidelberg University Library has acquired in the field of classical archaeology. At the moment there are references to around 60.000 books and around 1.550 archaeological journals, of which around 470 are currently subscribed.
German Archaeological Institute (DAI): Central online catalogue (ZENON DAI) and Archaeological Bibliography
The union catalogue ZENON DAI contains details of books and journal articles (around 810,000 items at present), from nine DAI libraries, including the holdings in Rome, Athens, Istanbul and Madrid. It is possible to search either in the catalogues of the individual departments, or across all departments together.
Three subject bibliographies are integrated into ZENON DAI, which can be accessed online via the use of a thesaurus (button "DAI Bibliographies").
The catalogue of the GPIA contains around 9000 monographs (as of early 2007). The catalogue will be brought up-to-date in winter 2007.
Central online catalogues of the Blegen and Gennadius Libraries of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and the Libraries of the British School at Athens. (To use Ambrosia, you need port 8990 in your firewall.)
The catalogue of the RGK covers areas including the archaeology of the Roman provinces and European pre- and early history. It contains both monographs and articles.
Contains bibliographic references to archaeological monographs that have been acquired by the Office’s two reference libraries. It is also possible to search the bequests of four private libraries.
The catalogue lists new acquisitions since 2004 and books and journals that were published between 1987 and 1999. The collection focus of the Roman-Germanic Central Museum lies with Roman Archaeology and Ancient History, as well as with the history and archaeology of Greece, Asia Minor and Egypt.
The union catalogue for Rome (URBS) lists the collections of 14 different libraries whose collections are at least partly relevant for Classical Archaeology, including the "Bristish School at Rome", the "Escuela Española de Historia y Arqueología en Roma", the "Ècole française de Rome" as well as the collection of the DAI Rome (up to 2005).