Databases and Electronic Resources

Electronic Resources at the Faculty

Electronic Resources at the Faculty

Charles University Central Catalogue
The catalogue unifies all records of printed and electronic documents (books, journals, theses and dissertations, and other types of documents) that are part of the collections of each library at Charles University.

Charles University eResources Portal
A gateway to information about the electronic resources on science and research that are accessible by the employees, students, and users of Charles University. It also unifies individual databases, e-books, and journals.

Charles University Digital Repository
It unifies electronic collections of various documents of Charles University, for example, map collections, archive collections, theses and dissertations, etc.

Thesis Repository
It contains electronic versions of theses defended at Charles University. Its content is being transferred to the Charles University Digital Repository (see above)

UKAŽ Discovery Service
UKAŽ is a university-wide universal search engine of the information resources. It searches through almost all printed and electronic resources available at Charles University and through freely accessible web resources.

Other Art History Resources

Fulltext Resources


Karls-Ruprecht-Universität zu Heidelberg

Národní knihovna Praha

Czech Medieval Sources online

Soupis památek historických a uměleckých (40 svazků), Digitální knihovna KTF UK Praha


Reallexikon zur Deutschen Kunstgeschichte

Neue deutsche Biographie

Image Resources


Foto Marburg (Bildindex, Graphikportal, Portraitindex, Manuscripta Mediaevalia)

Joconde – sbírky francouzských muzeí

Sbírky olomouckého muzea–1/

Sbírky Národní galerie

Sbírky MoMA

The Warburg Institute Iconographic Database

The Web Gallery of Art

Zentralinstitut fuer Kunstgeschichte

Iconography Resources

Cesare Ripa, Iconologia

Münchener Digitalisierungszentrum

Emblem Project Utrecht

Ovid Illustrated: The Reception of Ovid’s Metamorphoses in Image and Text

General Art History Resources

Art History Resources. Christopher L.C.E.Witcombe

University of Michigan: Mother of all Art and Art History Links Pages

The Met’s Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History

Digitalized manuscripts


Manuscripta medievalia|4


Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana

Bayerische Staatsbibliothek


St. Luke’s Images of St. Mary

Cranach Digital Archive

Aplikace Google Arts&Culture





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