Library of Archaeology & History of Art Departments

Steven Zucker (2010). Phidias, Parthenon, Detail of the East Pediment Sculpture (Hestia, Dione, Aphrodite?). Downloaded from Flickr on 01/10/2013 with the following Creative Commons license ‘Attribution-Non commercial use-Share alike’ : http://goo.gl/2gGChq

The Library of Archaeology & History of Art Departments, the largest of its kind in Northern Greece, was founded in 1926. It has a collection of approximately 40.000 volumes as well as 300 scientific journal titles, of which 170 titles are current. The number of books increases annually by about 1.000 titles. The Library is used by the teachers and students of the School of History and Archaeology, as well as by archaeologists of the Ministry of Culture and other researchers.

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Mon,Tue,Thu,Fri: 10.00-13.00 / Wed: 12.00-17.00
Onsite study is allowed (up to 5 non-loanable books). Up to 8 students can study in the library concurrently.
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