Concordia uses the web to link up separately published online resources for ancient studies.


Concordia is a joint collaboration of:


The team is building an interoperability framework for research materials related to ancient history.

We're trying to make it easier to use multiple resources by sharing content, improving cross-project discovery and enabling scholarly citation on the web. Primary sources (inscriptions, documents on papyrus), images and historical geography are central to current efforts.

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Other projects and institutions are welcome to participate. Please email us for more information.

Funding for aspects of the Concordia effort have been provided by the participating organizations themselves, and by:

  • Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (Germany)
  • Higher Education Funding Council for England, acting through the Joint Information Systems Committee (UK)
  • The National Endowment for the Humanities (USA)

Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this website do not necessarily reflect those of the funding organizations.

Banner image taken from IRT 4, a second-century dedication from Sabratha of a marble base with bust to Concordia by Africanus. Photo courtesy British School at Rome. Image processing by Gabriel Bodard, CCH.

The Other Concordia Project

If our project is not what you were looking for, you might be after the other Concordia project, which is not affiliated with ours in any way:

  • Project Concordia:
    a global initiative designed to drive interoperability across identity protocols in use today