Digital Encyclopaedia of the Hellenic World


The Encyclopaedia of the Hellenic World (EHW) is an original electronic project aiming at collecting, recording, documenting, presenting and promoting the historical data that testify to the presence of Hellenic culture throughout time and space.



Allocated electronic volumes


Asia Minor

Volume I


Presentation, documentation, and analysis of Hellenic history and culture in Asia Minor


Black Sea

Volume II


Presentation of the rich history and culture of the Black Sea shores with emphasis on the Hellenic presence.



Volume III


The turbulent history of a city that was founded by Megarian colonists and developed into an imperial capital.



An all-encompassing bibliography.


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Cultural Portal of the Aegean Archipelago

A digital encyclopaedia on the history and culture of the


Boeotia. A digital cultural encyclopaedia

A free online encyclopaedia with historical, archaeological and cultural information about Boeotia through time.


Hellenic History

An extensive guide in Hellenic history from the Stone Age until today.


Genealogy and Oral history

Testimonies, records and documents on the life and historical experience of the refugees from Asia Minor, the Pontus, Thrace and Constantinople.


Historical Interactive Atlas of the Hellenic World

FHW’s system of geographical / historical information, which draws on textual and visual material from the Foundation’s projects.