The Documentary Resources Department, which includes the library, archives and image library, has a wealth of collections in all formats and on all media.
These documents, which are accessible to the public by appointment, illustrate the history of archaeology as well as that of the museum, the château and the estate.
The archives held at the Musée d'Archéologie Nationale illustrate the history of archaeology, the life of the museum, and the restoration of the Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye in various ways.
See Archives on line
The library of the Musée d'Archéologie Nationale contains more than 53,000 works. Some are rare, annotated by their authors and representative of an evolving archaeology.
See Frantiq catalog.
The icon library of the National Archaeology Museum includes photographs, engravings, drawings and paintings. These documents illustrate the museum's collections, the history of archaeology and the national domain.
See Online Archives