The Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance is an interdisciplinary research project centering on the classical tradition, a focus of Renaissance studies. The core of the project is the database registering antique monuments known in the Renaissance together with the related Renaissance documents in form of texts and images.
The collection of data has been extended by the antique monuments known to Johann Joachim Winckelmann and his contemporaries (Corpus Winckelmann) as well as the reception and adaption of antique art of the Middle Ages (Corpus Medii Aevi) in cooperation with research projects dedicated to the ‘Nachleben’ of Antiquity. The project regularly issues publications.
- New: Result lists as PDF, tooltips in search views
- With the design update of October 11, 2013, new functionalities and improvements of the user interface of the Census database have been released
- Now availaible: Papers of the Conference "Translatio Nummorum - Römische Kaiser in der Renaissance"
- Akten des internationalen Symposiums Berlin 16.–18. November 2011
- New: Map Tab, Zoom to Rome button and feedback functionality
- With the design update of February 19, 2013, new functionalities and improvements of the user interface of the Census database have been released
- Pegasus issue 14.2012 available!
- Includes contributions by Pier Nicola Pagliara, Fritz-Eugen Keller, Peter Seiler, Hubert Kowalski, and Veit Vaelske
- New: Additional query options and improved navigation
- With the update of July 5, 2012, a range of improvements regarding the retrieval system and the usability of the Census database were made.