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Ancestor of the Archives of Corfu is the Chancery, which was established with the 1817 Constitution, during the British Occupation, and received the documents of all the former periods. The Chancery carried on working even after the Union with Greece and was included in 1914 to the State Archive Services together with the Archive of the Ionian Senate, which was established during the period of the Septinsular Republic (1802) and received the archives of the Senate until 1864. Both archival services followed parallel courses until 1993, when they were joined under the title Corfu County Archives.
The Archives of Corfu today are housed in the building of the former British Barracks inside the Old Fortress and its 70 categories cover insufficiently the period from 1320 to 1537, but with remarkable efficiency the period from 1538 until today. The archival material, which continuously grows with the addition of other public and privet archives, covers more than 8,000 linear meters of shelves, it is the richest in historical documents and is one of the biggest in Greece. It also has valuable collections of painted parchment documents, architectural drawings, maps and epipedographies-engravings.
The Archives of Corfu is operated to modern European standards and the latest facilities, while the researchers have access to all the archival material, which is classified either by the various administrators in the island's history, or according to the public service responsible for producing the document. The Archive has department of registry, secretariat, reading room, services for paper and parchment maintenance, bookbinding, photography and microphotography. There is a continuous attempt to facilitate the research with the upgrading of the structures or with directory construction and the use of macromedia, while many cultural interventions have taken place like archival exhibitions, conferences and publications of books that concern the Eptanisian history.