Propylaeum is the “Specialized Information Service Classics” (FID) provided by the Heidelberg University Library and the Bavarian State Library in Munich. It is closely aligned with the scientific needs of the researchers. The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) supports the developement of our services “search technology”, “electronic publishing / Open Access”, “retro digitization and online presentation of research related media” as well as “science communication”.
Propylaeum supports the Open Access publishing model for distributing research results. Open source software is used to release eJournals, eBooks and scientific papers. We publish primary publications (“gold”) as well as secondary publications (“green”). This offer free of charge addresses researchers in the field of Classical Studies all over the world.
Alliata, Victoria (2019) Investigating borders: Apulian settlements between land and sea.
Raun, Karl Hjalte Maack (2019) LIDAR based semi-automatic pattern recognition within an archaeological landscape.
Tzirakis, Stylianos (2019) Decoding snake depictions in Minoan art.
Budde, Dagmar (2014) Die Eine und die Vielen. Überlegungen zur Dekoration des Soubassements im Sanktuar des Mammisis von Edfu. In: [...]
Hölscher, Tonio (2007) Urban spaces and central places. The Greek world. In: Alcock, Susan E. ; Osborne, Robin (Hrsgg.): Classical [...]