Valuable and specialized collections of photographs on archaeology, architecture and art, as well as landscape architecture and gardens. Also includes special collections important to the history of the Academy.
Images of several hundred inscriptions available for viewing and downloading, listed according to geographical region (except for Attic inscriptions, which have been further divided between IG I and IG II texts).
Digital access to a collection that consists of works of art and artifacts from the beginning of history in Mesopotamia, Egypt of the pharaohs, ancient Greece, Etruria and the Roman Empire—around the entire Mediterranean, as well as French and Danish art of the 19th century.
A center for advanced scholarly research and graduate education, which aims to encourage particularly the study of the economic, religious, political and cultural connections between ancient civilizations.