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  • Aardvarchaeology
    Blog of Dr Martin Rundkvist, a Swedish archaeologist and journal editor.
  • Archaeology Discussion Groups
    Providing discussion lists on different topics for archaeology enthusiasts.
  • Arch Net
    Overview of this virtual library offering resources related to archaeology.
  • Archaeoblog : a weblog for UK archaeology
    A blog for U.K. archaeology.
  • Archaeologica
    Listen to weekly podcast program about what's new in archaeology news. Also check out daily links page for recent archaeological news.
  • Archaeological Adventure
    Featuring articles, techniques, history, and interactive forums.
  • Archaeologics
    Provides archaeologist biographies and information on most famous artifacts. Archaeologics also covers the history of the different archaeological disciplines, including forensic, industrial, and biblical archaeology.
  • Archaeology Channel, The
    Presents streaming video about archaeology and indigenous peoples along with other educational resources and links on those subjects.
  • Archaeology Data Service
    Provides searchable catalogs.
  • Archaeology From Reel To Real
    Special report from the National Science Foundation compares how archaeology is portrayed in the Indiana Jones movie series versus how it is actually practiced.
  • Archaeology World
    Explores Australian and Pacific archaeology, unconventional archaeology, prehistoric stone artefacts, and photographs of archaeological sites.
    Offers employment listings, academic resources, discussion boards, and general information.
  • ArchaeologyOnline
    Blog of archaeology web sites, with some anthropology thrown in.
    Provides information on ancient empires through the study of archaeology. Find information on the Roman, Chinese, Assyrian, Egyptian, and Mongolian empires.
  • Cognitive Archaeology
    Features papers and articles dedicated to the study of the cognitive evolution of hominids.
  • Collapse: Why Do Civilizations Fall?
    Explore the collapse of four ancient civilizations: Maya, Mesopotamia, Chaco Canyon, and Mali and Songhai. Learn what happens when a society collapses and how archaeologists find and interpret evidence.
  • Comparative Implementology
    Focuses on surface collected hand tools and artifacts excavated on the Island of Tubuai, French Polynesia.
  • Cultural Resources Management - U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation
    Contributing to the nation's knowledge and understanding of prehistoric and historic peoples. Archeaological information and reports from the U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Reclamation.
  • EMail Directory of New Zealand Archaeologists
    Contains information about publications, membership, conferences, site recording, and the site recording scheme.
  • Great Excavations
    History of the science of archaeology by John Romer is a companion to the Channel 4 television series.
  • Images from History
    Art and archaeology archive supporting the teaching and study of world history.
  • Into Archaeology
    Resources for archaeological professionals and enthusiasts including articles, software, and fonts.
  • Iraq War & Archaeology Blog
    News and views about the impact of the Iraq war on the archaeological heritage of the country.
  • National Geographic Outpost [*]
    Offers contact with explorers in the field through e-mails, dispatches, and photographs.
  • Robotic Tele-Excavation
    Allows users to tele-operate a robot arm over the net. Users view the environment surrounding the arm via a sequence of live images taken by a CCD camera mounted on a commercial robot arm.
  • Stone Pages: Mailing Lists and Newsgroups
    Clearinghouse for archaeological lists and newsgroups.

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