The scientific study of material remains (such as artifacts and monuments) of past human life and activities. The archaeologist's objective is to gain an understanding of a culture or civilization by examining these objects and their use.
Articles and directory of Internet sites, including a world atlas of archaeology on the web.
The lost chapters of history. Prehistoric science and technology. Anomalous archaeology. Index of ancient and sacred sites.
Reviewed and categorized directory of resources on archaeology, anthropology, and ancient civilizations.
Internet directory maintained by Historic Archaeological Research of history and archaeology web sites, including organizations, directories, technical references, online publications.
Covers significant discoveries from archaeology about human origins. Illustrated descriptions of hominids, with references. Articles, images, bookstore and links.
Archaeology related articles and galleries by James Q. Jacobs, covering archaeogeodesy, prehistory, paleoanthropology, the Andes, Mesoamerica, American Southwest and rock art.
Kevin Greene's selection of Internet links to supplement the 4th edition of his book, by chapter and section, with alphabetical index.
Archaeology web sites, with some anthropology thrown in.
A directory of photographs for educational use relating to archaeology and art history.
Tennessee Archaeology Net provides categorized bibliographies.
Virtual trip through ancient sites across the world.
Highlights issues related to cultural heritage and its vulnerability to looting and the illicit antiquities trade. SAFE's mission is to increase public awareness of the importance of preserving cultural heritage worldwide.
Archaeology and related subjects presented through streaming media by the Oregon-based Archaeological Legacy Institute. Videos can be viewed on-line and purchased.
Op ed piece from the St. Petersburg Times.
A gateway to the many articles on archaeology in this online collaborative encyclopedia. Includes news and featured articles and images.
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