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Archive

The archives are classified in three groups: 1) Photo library, 2) Archives of drawings and plans, and 3) Research archive.
In addition to the photo archives – photo archive (photo library and negatives archive) and archive of drawings (plans, object drawings and finds directories) – there is also the research archive of written records of research expeditions and excavations, which can contain important information about the history of research and understanding of images. On the one hand, it deals with the scientific donations of former researchers who worked at the Department or have dealt with issues that are closely related to the research of the Department. On the other, the scientific documentation and drawings of the institute's own activities and projects are kept there.
Since the reconstruction work at the Department in 2011, all archives are kept in the basement of the building on Calle Serrano 157 (due to current building work public access is not possible until further notice).

Contact

Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abt. Madrid

- Fotothek-

Serrano 159

E - 28002 Madrid

 

Contact person

PD Dr. Michael Kunst

 

Tel. +34 91 5610904
Fax +34 91 5640054

 

 

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Recent projects

  • 22.11.2011

    Serbien, spätantiker Kaiserpalast more

  • 15.09.2011

    Rom, Kaiserpalast more

  • 07.08.2011

    Die Kaiserpaläste auf dem Palatin in Rom more

Completed projects

  • 31.05.2011

    Griechenland, Palairos more

  • 31.05.2011

    Griechenland, Plaghia-Halbinsel-Survey more

  • 31.05.2011

    Greece, Stratos more

Recent publications

  • 26.09.2011

    Wohnen in der klassischen Polis more

  • 25.09.2011

    Diskussionen zur Archäologischen Bauforschung more

  • 25.09.2011

    Peter Behrens, Theodor Wiegand und die Villa in Dahlem more

Contact

The German Archaeological Institute (DAI) is a »scientific corporation« of the Federal Institution under the auspices of the Foreign Office. The staff of the Institute carries out research in the area of archaeology and in related fields and maintains relations with international scholars.
Furthermore, it organizes congresses, colloquia and tours, and informs the public through the media about its work.  

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