With more than 90,000 volumes covering all periods from prehistory to the end of the Byzantine Empire, the Library of the Archaeological Society is one of the most important archaeological libraries in the world. Established in the 19th century and housed in the Megaron of the Society in downtown Athens, it is also one of the most used libraries in Greece. Access to the library is free and open to all and on average every year it is visited by about 3,500 scholars, archaeologists, students, and lovers of antiquity. Thanks to a major recent donation its holdings are now digitized and accessible on the web. To access the catalogue please click here.