The Archaeologist’s Home offers digitisation services to archaeologists and others, for the archiving of excavation notebooks, manuscripts, printed publications, unpublished essays such as doctoral dissertations, photographs including prints, slides and negatives, as well as personal archives and other documents of cultural content.


Translation and editing of archaeological texts
In order to provide such a service and a central portal for translation and editing services in Greece, the Archaeologist’s Home collaborates with archaeologists with knowledge and experience from a wide range of periods and topic areas.


The company creates specialised archaeological websites to high scientific and aesthetic standards, designed and built using modern techniques, following the specific requirements of each client.


Conference material
The Archaeologist’s Home seeks to assist in the excellent achievement of archaeological conferences by combining high aesthetics with a professional result.


High quality PowerPoint presentations, with animation if required, can be produced by the Archaeologist’s Home in Greek, English and other languages.

Interdisciplinary collaboration
Through a network of specialised collaborators, the Archaeologist’s Home can provide solutions to issues of co-ordination and specialist services during excavation and subsequent research.


Digital archive
The promotion of archaeological research and the dissemination of knowledge are the main priorities of the company.

Foot race from a Panathenaic amphora (ca. 530 BC). <i>Monumenti inediti</i> X (1878), pl. XLVIII.
Foot race from a Panathenaic amphora (ca. 530 BC). Monumenti inediti X (1878), pl. XLVIII.
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