Digitized collections


Archaeological events reported in the Greek press (1832-1932)

This is a collection of reported events of archaeological interest published in the daily and periodic press in Athens, Thessaloniki, Patras, Volos, and other select newspapers, between 1832-1932. It was created at the initiative of the Department of Prehistoric Archaeology of the AUTh School of History and Archaeology, and contains 26,111 items.


Archive of Modern Greek Literature

This Archive, which belongs to the Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Medieval & Modern Greek Studies, was established in 1973 as an annex of the then Centre for Modern Greek Literature and Folklore Studies. It contains books by important Greek authors (Alkiviadis Giannopoulos, Stratis Doukas, Odysseas Elytis, Aggelos Sikelianos, N.G. Pentzikis, Melissanthi, Melpo Axioti, K. Kavafis, K. Palamas, Ι. Psycharis, A. Pallis, Z. Papantoniou, etc.).


Chadjimichail Michail Collection

This collection mainly pertains to the “Thermaikos” Hellenic Railways Organisation Choir and includes photographs, documents, publications and reviews of musical performances and famous artists.


Floros Constantinos Collection

This collection mainly pertains to the “Thermaikos” Hellenic Railways Organisation Choir and the cultural life of Greeks in Istanbul. It includes photographs, documents, publications and reviews of musical performances and famous artists.


Greek Newspaper Articles

Digitised articles from the following newspapers:

  • Gazzetta Uffiziale degli Stati Uniti delle Isole Ionie (1814 – 1858). 2454 items
  • Ermis: issue no. 2 (1875) - issue no.496 (1880). 559 items
  • Ephemerida ton Kyrion (Ladies’ Newspaper): issue no. 1(1887) -  issue no. 1047 (1913), 2454 items
  • Pharos tis Makedonias (Lighthouse of Macedonia): issue no. 556 (1881) – issue no. 1667 (1893), 932 items



Mandakas Ioannis Collection

The Ioannis Mandakas Collection mainly pertains to the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Choir. It includes documents, invitations, publications, sheet music, and reviews of musical performances. 


Manuscripts

Papyrus, parchment and paper manuscripts on literary, philosophical, theological and musical subjects, from the 10th to the 20th century. The collection numbers 113 items.


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