American Journal of Archaeology
The Journal of The Archaeological Institute of America.
ANTIQUITY is a quarterly journal of archaeological research. It has been the main journal of international archaeological debate and reporting for 74 years, and aims to present interesting topical and accessible material to a wide audience. Each number - published on the 1st of March, June, September and December - makes a book of about 240 pages. Its world-wide audience reflects its world-wide content. ANTIQUITY readers range from senior students, academics and others actively involved in archaeological research to keen amateurs and adult students, and it is found in all university libraries concerned with archaeology.
The world of Italian archaeology in network. Numerous sections, images and documentations for aggiornarsi on the present time and in order to deepen the own acquaintances or curiosity.
(Translation courtesy of AltaVista Translations.)
Archéologie française - ArchDATA - French archaeology
As you will see this site is essentially in French, but through the use of some English language keywords, and a logical navigational structure, it should be quite easy to find your way. There is of course an interesting side to this and it is educational. This site should become, as it expands with expositions and publishing, a place to study French history though its archaeology, and French culture though its language.
(Has an 'English' link at the top but the whole site is in frames.)
Archaeology Data Service: homepage
The aim of the Archaeology Data Service (ADS) is to collect, describe, catalogue, preserve, and provide user support for digital resources that are created as a product of archaeological research. The ADS also has a responsibility for promoting standards and guidelines for best practice in the creation, description, preservation and use of spatial information across the AHDS as a whole. For those classes of archaeological data where there are existing archival bodies the role of the ADS will be to collaborate with the appropriate national and local agencies to promote greater use of existing services.
Abstracts and full-length articles from the current issue and back issues with exclusive online articles, books, links, and more.
An Official Publication of the Archaeological Institute of America.
Archaeopress - British Archaeological Reports
Welcome! British Archaeological Reports are archaeological monographs well known in the academic and professional archaeological world. Starting in 1974, a total of 1205 titles has been published, covering all areas of archaeology, all periods and most of the world. Works in all major European languages can be found in the BAR catalogue.
Serves as the WWW Virtual Library for Archaeology. This server provides access to archaeological resources available on the Internet. Information is categorized by geographic region and subject. Catalan, Dutch, French, German, Italian, and Spanish language versions of the home page are also available.
Athena Review Main Index
The electronic edition of Athena Review is an abbreviated version of the printed journal.
(All the links contained here are of some value, to be sure. I want you to take a look at the 'Guide to Archaeology on the Internet' index.)
CAA Leiden - Homepage
CAA is an international organisation bringing together archaeologists, mathematics and computer scientists. Its aims are to encourage communication between these disciplines, to provide a survey of present work in the field and to stimulate discussion and future progress. Membership is open to anyone on payment of a nominal fee.
Current Archaeology - Britain's favourite archaeology magazine
This is your gateway to the world of British archaeology. These are the home pages of Current Archaeology, Britain's leading archaeological magazine. If you have an interest in anything to do with archaeology, this is the place to find out about digs, discoveries, the latest news, and all about our magazine.
Faculty of Classics - Museum of Classical Archaeology
Welcome to the web pages for the Faculty of Classics and Museum of Classical Archaeology. These pages are intended to provide information for visitors, and to serve as a gateway to the Internet for local users.
(' Links Gateway ' is the external links.)
Frequently Asked Questions About a Career in Archaeology in the U.S.
The Society For Historical Archaeology's Journal. Historical Archaeology (ISSN 0440-9213) is the scholarly journal of the Society for Historical Archaeology. The quarterly journal is a benefit of membership in SHA. Historical Archaeology is published and distributed on or about 15 March, 15 June, 15 October, and 15 December. Ronald L. Michael is the editor.
Homepage @ University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Founded 1887, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is dedicated to the understanding of cultural diversity and the exploration of humankind...
Intermediate Search: Archaeology
Try out our internal search engine for the fastest way to find what you're looking for!
Internet Archaeology is an online-only peer-reviewed electronic journal. It publishes papers of high academic standing which also try to utilise the potential of electronic publication which allows readers to explore the data upon which conclusions are based. The results of archaeological research are presented in a readable manner. Internet Archaeology will publish the results of archaeological research, including excavation reports (text, photographs, data, drawings, reconstruction diagrams, interpretations), analyses of large data sets along with the data itself, visualisations, programs used to analyse data, and applications of information technology. The Internet Archaeology consortium consists of the British Academy, The Council for British Archaeology and the Universities of Durham, Glasgow, Oxford, Southampton and York. The Journal is hosted on behalf of the consortium by the Department of Archaeology at the University of York.
Journal of Field Archaeology
Welcome to the Journal of Field Archaeology home page at Boston University.
Journal of Roman Archaeology
The JRA Homepage allows you to view and search the tables of contents (for authors, articles, or book reviews) of all JRA annual issues and JRA Supplements. Also available are: subscription information, the Journal's statement of purpose and editorial/advisory committees, books received, sample articles or reviews, and editorial guidelines for submitting articles.
(A beautifully done site, both in appearance and content. Your browser might get caught up in 'Animations interface', but when you peruse the most exceptional 'Encyclopedia' area you'll have forgotten alllllll about that...trust me on this.)
NM's Creative Impulse - The Artist's view of World History and Western Civilization
(I should put this in 'Mega Links', [short pause] naaaaah...)
Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
The Peabody Museum web site has four on-line features that provide the virtual visitor with a broader sense of the museum's object, photographic, and archival collections, and research of the faculty and staff. (I suggest the Table of Contents.)
Limited Area Search of the Ancient and Medieval Internet.
SAAweb - Society for American Archaeology
The Society for American Archaeology (SAA) is an international organization dedicated to the research, interpretation, and protection of the archaeological heritage of the Americas.
Stone Pages - A guide to European megaliths
You won't find a more comprehensive collection of Irish archaeology features anywhere on the web.
The Discovery Programme, Archaeological Research In Ireland
The Discovery Programme is an archaeological research institution, operating out of an annual grant provided by the Heritage Council of Ireland.
This Web site began as a project for a class entitled "Internet Resources and Services" taught in the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, at the University of Texas - Austin.
Welcome to the assemblage home page!
The Sheffield Graduate Journal of Archaeology.
World Archaeological Congress
The World Archaeological Congress seeks to promote interest in the past in all countries, to encourage the development of regionally based histories and international academic interaction.