The project aimed at the commentated translation of the Ottoman register no. 120 of the Turkish Archive of Herakleio.
The Venetian Cadastro of Vostizza (1700), the first such cadastral survey in Greece, has been magnificently published by Dokos and Panayopoulos in 1993, but it has never been used in a GIS project. The aim of this project is to produce a full database, populated with the quantitative and geographical data from the initial Cadastro and to assess the precision of the cadastral survey of the Venetian engineers using a modern GIS system. The research (with the assistance of the “Laboratory of Geophysical-Satellite Remote Sensing and Archaeo-environment”) has demonstrated the high quality and geographical precision of the Venetian engineers and has re-constructed the distribution of land both after and before the Venetian conquest of the town of Vostizza and its territorio.
Digital Crete aims towards the creation of a cultural information system, consisting of digitized documentation and information regarding the cultural heritage of the island of Crete, from prehistory to the modern periods.
The main goal of the project is to investigate the place, role and evolution of Minoan peak sanctuaries in their broader cultural and natural landscape.
Within the context of this project, there have been microfilmed the Ottoman documents from the archives of the monasteries of Simonos Petra, Stavroniketa, Iveron, Vatopedi, Dionysiou, Megiste Lavra, as well as of the Protato on Mount Athos.
The project aims at improving the knowledge on the architectural forms and urban heritage of the 19th and 20th century in the Mediterranean, in view of helping at its development.
The major aim of the project was the creation of a Geographic Information System (G.I.S.) that contains different information layers.
The project aimed at locating, recording, photographing and assessing the value of the archival material which is preserved in institutions or private archives of the communities of the Archbishopric of Constantinople. The result of the project is a catalogue of approximately 300 pages of 26 archives.