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Archaeological Resources on the Internet


Great Places to Start Surfing

  • ARCHAEOLOGY Magazine.
  • ArchNet. University of Connecticut Department of Anthropology & University Libraries. ArchNet provides access to archaeological resources available on the Internet. Information is categorized by geographic region and subject.

  • Classics & Mediterranean Archaeology Home Page. (University of Michigan)

  • ROMARCH: A resource for the Art & Archaeology of Ancient Italy and the Provinces of Rome. (University of Michigan)

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    Magazines & Journals

  • ARCHAEOLOGY Magazine.

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    Fieldwork & Career Opportunites, Discussion Lists

  • Archaeological Fieldwork Server. From Cornell.

    Caesarea Maritima (Israel)From the University of Maryland.
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  • Frequently Asked Questions about a Career in Archaeology in the U.S. (by David L. Carlson, Texas A&M University)

  • ARCH-L Logfiles

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  • Palace of Diocletian at Split from ANU

  • The Palace of Diocletian at Split (from UNC)

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    Egypt & North Africa

  • University of Michigan/University of Asiut Project in the Eastern Desert of Egypt.

  • Hadrianic Baths at Leptis Magna from Auckland

  • Leptiminus Archaeological Project, Tunisia

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    England & Great Britain

  • The Newstead Research Project

  • The Wroexeter Hinterland Project, University of Birmingham Field Archaeology Unit. An excellent example of an archaeological survey project using aerial photography and GIS tools.

  • Picts Knowe: A henge site in England.

  • The Newstead Project: A Roman fort in Scotland (University of Bradford)

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  • L'archeologie sous les mers, Ministere de la culture et de la francophonie.

  • Une grotte ornée paléolithique en France (Ardèche)

  • GIS and Remote Sensing for Archaeology: Burgundy, France.

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  • The Cornell Halai East Lokris Project.

  • The Ohio State Excavations at Isthmia.

  • Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Greece

  • The City of Athens (from Indiana University)

  • NESTOR (via FTP from Indiana)

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  • Ancient Shikhin, Israel

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  • ROMARCH: A resource for the Art & Archaeology of Ancient Italy and the Provinces of Rome.

  • Pompeii Forum Project (from Virginia)

  • Rome: The City Reborn. Vatican Exhibit

  • Classical Architecture of the Mediterranean Basin under development at ANU

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    North America

  • Indiana University (Bloomington) Underwater Science and Educational Resources (USER)-Underwater Shipwreck State Parks and Historic Sites

  • THE GOAT HILL SITE: A Western Anasazi Pueblo in the Safford Valley of Southeastern Arizona. Kyle Woodson, Department of Anthropology, The University of Texas at Austin & Shawn Capehart, Austin, Texas

  • The Late Pithouse Period at Old Town. Jason Lucas, Dept. of Anthropology, The University of Texas at Austin. (Originally Presented at the Eighth Mogollon Conference, El Paso, Texas, October 20 - 23, 1994)

  • Shawnee Minisink Site (American University)

  • Archaeological Research in the Arctic (University of Waterloo)

  • Little Salt Spring Underwater Archaeology Project (University of Miami)

  • Site 72-163 A Late Paleoindian Site in Ledyard, Connecticut ( University of Connecticut).

  • Site 72-31: A Multi-Component Rockshelter Site in Ledyard, Connecticut (University of Connecticut)

  • Site RI 1428: An Early and Middle Woodland Occupation in Southern New England. (University of Connecticut)

  • The Parkline Site: A Woodland Site in West Virginia. (University of Connecticut)

  • Late Woodland Zea Mays at the Vintroux Site, Putnam County, West Virginia (University of Connecticut)

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  • Archaeological Research at Oslonki, Poland.

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  • Catalhöyük: Excavations of a Neolithic Anatolian Tell.

  • The University of Melbourne Northeastern Turkey Archaeological Project.

  • Greek and Roman Cities of Western Turkey. A WWW book by Michael Greenhalgh (Australian national University).

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  • Museums from UConn

  • Virtual Library entry for museums.

  • Cagliari (Sardinia) Archaeological Museum.

  • David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago.

  • Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology, University of Memphis.

  • Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan.

  • Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Home Page, Old World Antiquities, Medieval and Near Eastern.

  • Louvre, Paris: Le WebLouvre.

  • Louvre, Paris: Home Page, Oriental Galleries, Egyptian Galleries, Greek, Roman, and Etruscan Galleries.

  • Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University., Ancient Egypt, Ancient Near East, Greece and Rome.

  • Musei Vaticani.

  • The Oriental Institute

  • University Museum, University of Pennsylvania

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    Academic Department Home Pages: Classics

  • Florida State University

  • UCLA

  • University of Kentucky

  • Holy Cross

  • University of Michigan, Classics & Mediterranean Archaeology

  • Wabash College

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    Last updated: 12-22-95 KTG