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Acta Sanctorum is a principal source for research into the societies and cultures of early Christian and medieval Europe. Our knowledge of this period relies heavily on hagiographical literature, and specifically on this monumental collection of texts, published over a period of 300 years by the Société des Bollandistes. The Acta Sanctorum database makes this vast body of literature available in electronic form, providing a unique level of access to these texts and enabling them to be searched quickly and efficiently for names, topics, and themes.

The Acta Sanctorum database contains the complete texts of the 68 printed volumes, from the two January volumes published in 1643 to the Propylaeum to December published in 1940. It has been prepared with the help and cooperation of the Société des Bollandistes and includes the Bibliotheca Hagiographica Latina reference numbers widely used by scholars to identify hagiographical texts. Acta Sanctorum brings together materials on the lives of the saints in critical editions with commentaries on the source documents. These include Vitae, Passiones, Miracula, Translationes, Gloria Posthuma, inscriptions, etc. Acta Sanctorum contains the full text of the printed volumes, the majority in Latin. The source for the database is the original edition, published in Antwerp and Brussels, and not the later incomplete editions published in Venice in 1734 -1760 and by Palme in Paris in 1863 -1870 (Source)

AKJournals from the Akademiai Kiado publisher. The Akademiai Kiado collection of journals (former part of ALPSP Learned Journal Collection) includes 35 titles in different domains, such as humanities, sciences, social sciences.  

L'Année philologique on the Internet is the digital version of L'Année philologique, a database published by the Société Internationale de Bibliographie Classique, in collaboration with the Society for Classical Studies (founded as the American Philological Association).

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.).