Deichmanske bibliotek. Fra lesesal I., Th. Skotaam, Oslo MuseumCC BY-SA
We recognize the huge value of linking researchers with cultural heritage institutions. Bringing Europe’s galleries, museums, libraries, and archives within digital reach allows researchers to access a much wider scope of material and opinion. Europeana Research exists to make that flow of information easier.
To help us reach our goal of promoting the use of our data in academic research, we receive guidance from the Research Advisory Board, which consists of experts in the field of digital humanities and is chaired by Prof. Lorna Hughes.
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This dataset from the Nationalmuseum contains over 8000 paintings in the public domain from all over Europe and represents artistry from multiple centuries. The Nationalmuseum has delivered this dataset to Europeana with IIIF resources included, providing a rich viewing experience and many options for reuse in research.Read more
In this dataset you can find Egyptian papyrus fragments currently held at the Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg. The fragments are part of the Heidelberger Papyrussammlung, one of the largest papyrus collections in Germany. This entire collection has been made available to Europeana with the IIIF resources of the objects.Read more
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