The Archival Directory is a large database of archival descriptions and collections and is part of the CENDARI Virtual Research Environment.
It has a strong transnational focus and one of its aims is to include many archives and institutions which are little known or rarely used by researchers. The Archival Directory allows historians to view sources in a rarely seen transnational and comparative view. It is focused on archives and libraries containing resources on the Medieval era and World War One.

Searching for records in the CENDARI Archival Directory
Frequently asked questions
About CENDARI Archival Directory

Join Us!

To access and contribute content to the Archive Directory tool, join our Trusted Users Group (opens new window).
We hope that researchers, historians and archivists will find this opportunity to be of interest. Potential members of the TUG are asked to submit a short statement of interest via TUG registration form (opens new window) or if you prefer, you may send a CV instead.

Take notes for your research

If you wish to work on your own research project, upload and annotate your data, you may take a look at the CENDARI Note Taking Environment (opens new window).

Introductory videos

Check the Archival Directory Introductory Video and plenty other introductory videos on CENDARI YouTube Channel(opens new window).