Byzantine Art and Archaeology
The project will provide a significant amount of cultural and artistic content about Byzantine history and culture to Europeana.
The project aims to make 75,000 new digital objects accessible online through Europeana Collections. During the project photos, video and audio content, as well as 3D surveys and reconstructions about Byzantine history and culture will be digitised. The content and accompanying narratives will capture users' attention and provide them with a rich online experience. In addition, the digitised data will enhance Europeana's artistic content by adding to the Byzantine art and archaeology material already available on the platform. By the end of the project, the number of the digital items related to Byzantine art and archaeology on Europeana platform is expected to reach about 115,500.
The Byzantine art and archaeology project is led by the BYZART consortium.
- University of Bologna, Department of History and Cultures, Italy (project coordinator)
- Ionian University, Department of Audio and Visual Arts, Greece
- Open University of Cyprus, Cyprus
- Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
- Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Art Studies, Bulgaria
- Institute of Historical Research - National Hellenic Research Foundation, Greece
- Museo d’Arte della città di Ravenna, International Centre for Documentation of Mosaics, Italy
Co-financed by the Connecting Europe Facility of the European Union.