In the EU-research project, „Transformation“, a multilingual database is being compiled. One of the EU-funded databases, it provides a detailed and elaborate portrayal of the Romanization process in the northern border province of the Roman Empire from Britain to the Black Sea as well as the expansion of Mediterranean way of life on the bordering barbarian settlements including extensive bibliographies.
This international image-database on European ship archaeology can be searched in eight European languages and currently contains information on more than 100 ancient ship finds. The research is carried out with regard to historical, technical and regional aspects. (Java plugin required)
This international image-database on European ship archaeology can be searched in ten languages and currently contains information on more than 1500 ancient ship finds. The research is carried out with regard to historical, technical and regional aspects.
In addition to the databases NAVIS I and NAVIS II, the image-database NAVIS III presents more than 600 Roman imperial coins from the collection of the RGCM depicting ships. The pieces can be queried with regard to ship characteristics as well as chronological, geo-graphical and numismatic criteria. A special layout permits the simultaneous study of up to four coins.
Database for the presentation of material regarding guilds in the ancient Greek East. The database was developed in a cooperation between the RGCM and the Institute for Ancient History at the University of Heidelberg. (Java plugin required)
An offering of information containing annual bibliographies on Roman pottery that can be researched online. (Java plugin required)
A suite of databases concerned with samian ware.