of the database comprises two central areas – Antique Monuments and Renaissance
Documents. They correspond to the two major fields comprising the database.
entities on the right side provide complementary information on the monument
and document entries. They contain registers of locations (Location), persons
(Person), dates (Date), Antique styles (Style), inscriptions (Inscription) and secondary literature (Bibliography). Access into
the database is possible via all the given entities.
The user is
able to access in manifold ways the materials of the database. Predefined
functions for queries are available, on the basis of which the user receives
standard information like e. g., if an antique object was proved to be known at
a certain point of time, to which collection it belonged, in what state of
preservation it was found, by whom it was restored etc. The material
avalaible can also be consulted by navigating independently from the predefined research
criteria in the database. Help