Greece, UNIVERSITIES. The Institute for Byzantine Research (originally the Centre for Byzantine Research), Athens, National Hellenic Research Foundation – Institute for Byzantine Research, Athens,, also:
Greece, Arcadia University, formerly Beaver College, Athens, Greece,
Greece, Centre for the Study of Saints Cyril and Methodios, Thessaloniki.
Greece, British School of Archeology at Athens,
Greece, MUSEUMS, Benaki Museum at Athens, substantial collection of art. Paul Kanellopoulos Collection, Stathatos Collection, icons, frescoes, manuscripts,
Greece, Thessaloniki, Archaeological Museum Thessaloniki: mosaics from Serres.
Greece, Thessaloniki, Byzantine Museum:
Greece: LIBRARY, Athens, designates manuscripts preserved in the National Library – Athens. National Library, Athens – c. 3000 manuscripts.
Greece, PERIODICALS, Anistoriton – peer- reviewed online journal of history, archaeology & art history with graduate forum,
Greece, WEB SOURCES, Digital Encyclopaedia of the Ancient World. From the Foundation of the Hellenic World (Greek and English)
Greece, – CAFAEL, On-line collections of the French School of Athens. Collected corpus of publications,
Greece – Κοσμόπολις, Access to selection of Greek philological and literary journals (1834-1930):
Greece – Γενικά Αρχεία του Κράτους , Greek State Achives. Holds a growing collection of papers and digital archives from the beginnings of the Greek State:
Greece, Greek site with teaching materials:
Greece: Athens, Omorphi Ecclesia, Church at Athens containing 14th century frescoes, of high quality, link with the Duomo in Genoa.
Greece, Thessaloniki, Acheiropoitos Basilica: Church at Thessaloniki. Fine ornamental mosaics (garlands, vases, arabesques) in the soffits of the nave arches.
Greece, Thessaloniki, Panaghia Chalceon “Virgin of the copersmiths”. The Church was ornamented in 1028 with frescoes whose style is reminiscent of those of St Sophia, Ochrid.
Churches, Thessaloniki, St George, Formerly a Roman rotunda which has by turn served as a Christian church, Turkish mosque, Christian church and museum. Together with the mosaics of the mausoleum of Galla Placidia, the mosaics of St George´s are indisputably the masterpieces of the 5th century painting.
Hosios David
, the apse is adorned with 5th century mosaics representing Christ Emmanuel surrounded by symbols of the Evangelists and contemplated by two Old Testament prophets.
Acheiropioctos Basilika
: mosaics (5th century).
St Demetrios: the basilica of St Demetrius, dating from the fifth century, was the finest in Salonika. Destroyed in the terrible fire which ravaged the town in 1917, it has been rebuilt, partly from fragments found among the ruins and partly from entirely new materials. The mosaics which adorned the interior were almost completely destroyed in the fire. Those that remain in the sanctuary and the crypt spread over several centuries, from the fifth to the seventh. Mosaics (5th-7th century) and frescoes in the Chapel of St Euthymius (14th century);
St Sophia: the date of construction is disputed (sixth to seventh century). In the apse, remnants of a mosaic cross, dating from the iconoclastic period, which was replaced about 886 by a monumental mosaic representing the Virgin and Child. In the cupola, admirable mosaic decoration of the same period, representing the Ascension.
Thessaloniki, Virgin Chalceon: frescoes (1028 and 14th century); Holy Apostles: mosaics and frescoes (early 14th century); St Nicholas Orphanou: frescoes (1310-1320). The frescoes are among the finest production of Byzantine painting of the 14th century. Vladaton Convent: icons;
Nikopolis. Some fine pavement mosaics, representing hunting scenes, trees, founders portraits, geometric motives in infinite variety  have been discovered among the ruins of the basilicas in the city. See ,
Daphni, Monastery church, mosaics from late 11th century consists of thirteen large compositions representing the cycle of the Church feasts;
Omorphi Ecclesia church, 14th century frescoes; monastery church at Kaisarini on Hymettus, post-Byzantine frescoes.
Meteora. Group of 14th century monasteries. Frescoes of the Cretan school in the convent of St Nicholas and St Barlaam (16th century; fine collection of icons in the Transfiguration Monastery. It was here that the last monastic republic, formed prior to the fall of the Empire, established itself in the fourteenth century. Between 1356 and 1372 the monk Athanasius founded the monastery of the Transfiguration on the Great Meteor. In 1388 his disciple the hermit – king Joseph, son of the Serbian King Symeon – enlarged the monastery. Following their example, other ascetics established wealthy monasteries (24 in all) on the summits of neighbouring rocks).
Monemvasia, Church of Elkomenos, noteworthy icon of the crucifixion.
Mistras. Presents a unique picture of a Byzantine town of the 14th and 15th centuries, with its tortuous alley-ways running between churches, monasteries and palaces and its two concentric walled enclosures, the whole being protected by a massive fortress built by Guillaume de Villehardouin in 1249. In 1259 Guillaume was taken prisoner by Michael Palaeologus and in 1263, after three years in captivity, surrendered Mistra to the Greeks. After half a century of warfare with the Frankish barons, the Byzantines reconquered the greater part of the Peloponnese, which from 1349 formed a kind of appanage, governed under the title of Despot by sons or brothers of the emperors: Manuel Cantacuzenos: 1349-1380; his brother Matthew: 1380-1383; then, from the house of Palaeologus, Theodore I, 1383-1407, Theodore II, 1407-1443, Constantine, 1443-1448; Demetrios, 1448-1460. While the core of Byzantium was slowly decaying, the despotate of Mistra was bursting with life. It was here, in the twilight of the empire, that Hellenism showed its will to live and to renovate the state. It seems as though Hellenism found in the despotate of Morea a place of refuge from which it was not merely content to maintain its position but looked capable of extending them. The Town is a small Byzantine museum, illustrating the Palaeologue  era.  Afendiko – built in about 1290, decorated with frescoes in the fourteenth century. The church proper contains large figures of saints and the Church fathers, also episodes from the life of Christ and of the Virgin Mary. Churches: Peribleptos (the finest frescoes from 1350, Childhood of the Virgin, Ascension, Transfiguration, Nativity, Divine Liturgy, Dormition); Metropolis, Brontochion, St Theodore (14th century), Pantanassa (1430). Museum: 14th century frescoes from ruined churches.
Hosios Loukas: Phocis, near Delphi. Monastery founded around the end of the tenth century.  11th century mosaics (compositions include a Pentecost and an admirable Nativity; there are also 147 isolated figures. The mosaics are the largest ensemble of mosaics from the Macedonian era. The noteworthy frescoes in the crypt date from the 11th century.
Paregoritissa, Arta, Parigoritissa Virgin (Consolatrix) was built towards the end of the 13th century. The mosaics of the dome are remarkable for their bold coloring.
Kastoria.  The town is itself a small Byzantine museum: 72 churches, including that of St Stephen (11th century church with 12th century paintings), Anargyroi (12th century) Mavriotissa monastery (12th century), Archangels (1360), Taxiarchs (1352). The Church of St Nicholas has 15th century paintings. The Church of Panaghia Koubelidiki, a church of the late eleventh century, with chequer decoration round the cupola, is a jewel of Byzantine architecture. Mavriotissa, Monastery of Panagia, near Kastoria, ornamented with fine late 12th century frescoes.
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Patmos: The Monastery of St John the Theologian was founded by John Christodoulos, monastic reformer in the time of Alexius Comnenus. The monastery possesses numerous icons and rich library of 330 manuscripts. Monastery of the Annunciation: icons; Monastery of the Virgin: icons.
Mt Athos:
Chilandar Monastery, 14th century frescoes, 14th-16th century icons, 800 manuscripts.
Dionysiou (Dionysiu): Monastery built in 1389, rebuilt after the fire in 1535. The monastery church is decorated with frescoes by the Cretan painter Zorzis in 1547. The refectory was decorated in 1603 by Mercurius and Daniel, painters of the Cretan School, who used engravings by Dürer and Granach to illustrate the Apocalypse. This is the first full-length apocalyptic cycle to appear in Byzantine art. Rich collection of icons, 800 manuscripts.
St Paul Monastery, Monastery founded in the 11th century by Serbs and Bulgars. Frescoes by Theophanes of Crete (1355) in the chapel of St George. The monastic library contains 250 manuscripts.
Iviron: founded toward the end of the tenth century by three Georgian noblemen. It was destroyed by fire in 1865 and retains none of its original decoration. The miraculous icon of the Portatissa Virgin is preserved in a small chapel. The library contains 1500 manuscripts including an eleventh century gospel, others from 13th-14th centuries and the romance of Barlaam and Josaphat all richly decorated. Very rich collection of icons and manuscripts.
Karyes: Frescoes by Panselinos (executed between 1290-1320) in Protaton. The oldest church on Mt Athos.
Near Karyes is the Rabdouchu chapel, ornamented with 14th century frescoes.
Lavra: Great Lavra. Founded in 963 by St Athanasius. The catholicon, completed in 1004, was adorned in 1535 with frescoes executed by Theophanes of Crete. Other artists from the Creatan school (Francos Catelanos) decorated the refectory, the phiale (fountain) and St Nicholas Chapel. The Koukouzelissa chapel contains fine frescoes of popular inspiration dating from 1712. The monastery is the repository of enamels, textiles and fine icons from 14th-16th centuries, also frescoes of the Cretan school (16th century). The library contains 2200 manusripts.
Stavronikita: Frescoes of Theophanes of Crete (1546); fine collection of icons, important collection of manuscripts. Founded in 1542. Here is kept the miniature mosaic of St Nicholas (13th – 15th century) and in the monastic library manuscripts from the 11th and 12th centuries. Theophanes of Crete decorated the catholicon with frescoes (c. 1546). The monastery has numerous icons apart from the mosaic St Nicholas. The library contains 170 manuscripts.
Vatopaidi: The second great monastery on Mount Athos. The church, founded towards the end of the tenth century is adorned with mosaics of the 11th and 12th century and with the frescoes of the 14th century. The Chapel of St Demetrius contains noteworthy icons from the 13th to 20th centuries. The monastic library possesses 1536 manuscripts.
Xenophon: founded at the end of the 10th century by a monk of Xenophon. The chapel of St George contains frescoes of the Cretan school. In the catholicon, frescoes by Anthonios (1544), pupil of Theophanesof Crete. The painting of the narthex (Cretan school) date from 1545. In the refectory, fresco of the Last Judgment. Frescoes of the Cretan School (16th century), icons, manuscripts.
Corfu,  Museum: pavement mosaics (4th-6th century), frescoes of ruined churches.
Naxos, St Kyriaki Church. Frescoes date from the iconoclast period (9th century).
St George, Naxos, Chapel on the island of Naxos, with noteworthy frescoes of the ninth century.
Pontos, the world of the Greeks around the Black Sea,
Rhodes, Metropolitan palace: rich collection of icons.