Unknown logbook and 300-year-old sheet music traced back to Tordenskiold's ship
The Danish National Archives has made a remarkable discovery in connection with an extensive review of thousands of weather observations from centuries of voyages. A logbook of unknown origin with sheet music for a minuet was discovered. Now, the mystery has been solved, and the notes from the sheet music have been brought to life for the first time in more than 300 years.
Can data from spreadsheets be preserved forever?
The Danish National Archives has established an international collaboration to address the issue of long-term preservation of spreadsheets.
Webinar on how to find data at the Danish National Archives
On Wednesday November 16th, you can learn how to use the Danish National Archives' new website for born-digital data
Welcome to the Danish National Archives' new website
Get an overview of our new website, designed in close dialogue with the users of the Danish National Archives.
New platform makes it easier to find born-digital data
A new platform makes it easier to search born-digital documents in The Danish National Archives digital collections.
Bring photo ID when visiting the reading rooms
All users of the reading rooms must be registered anew, as the Danish National Archives is implementing anew registration system for the reading rooms
Historical weather data to prepare us for the climate of the future
Ship’s records with millions of weather observations from centuries of sailing under the Danish flag, logbooks and yellowed messages in a bottle with weather records provide important data for future climate research.
Find your ancestors and their household on the Link-Lives website
The research project Link-Lives aims to build the largest-ever mapping of a country's historical population. Now, Link-Lives is opening up their data and preliminary results.