Note: This page is part of the archives of the Phrontistery, but is no longer being updated.
Here are some web sites and Usenet newsgroups of relevance for archaeologists. Note: I am no longer updating this page, given changes in the focus of the Phrontistery over the past few years.
- Ancient Near Eastern resources from the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago.
- Annual Egyptological Bibliography
- Bibliographic reference search engine.
- A search engine dedicated solely to the ancient world.
- Italian/English resources for underwater archaeology.
- Cobb Institute of Archaeology figurine database - relatively obscure but interesting.
- Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology
- University of Memphis Egyptology resources.
- Roman art and archaeology resources from Depauw University.
- University of Chicago Server
- The Oriental Institute homepage with all sorts of useful academic information.
- University of Michigan Server
- Mostly links to other sites, but with some resources on classical archaeology. Includes the American Journal of Archaeology.
- University of Southern Utah Server
- A well-presented site focussing on the US Southwest.
- University of Calgary
- An interesting site detailing current research projects at the U of C.
- World of the Vikings Project
- A non-specialist site, but well-presented and with interesting information.
- Center for World Indigenous Studies
- A renowned and award-winning site dedicated to indigenous and 4th World issues.
- CIESIN: Consortium for International Earth Science Information Network
- A demographic and geographical database of interest for serious scholars.
- Inca Trail and Macchu Picchu
- A travelogue-like non-specialist site, well-presented although not geared towards research.
- Maya Epigraphic Database Project
- Interested in the Maya glyphs? This is the place to be.
- Perseus Project
- A fine collection of classics and archaeology resources relating to ancient Greece.
- One of the premier resources for archaeological research on the net. Primarily academic in nature.
- Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
- Not a pretty site, but some resources from the granddaddy of archaeological museums.
- Museum of Antiquities
- This site from the University of Newcastle is attractive and provides interactive exhibits.
- A high-volume group with lots of hyperdiffusionist, creationist and racist bull, but with occasional gems of insight.
- A mid-volume group dealing specifically with Mesoamerican civilizations.
- A moderated, low-volume group which gets rid of the spam and pseudo-science.
- If your interests lie in classical Greece or Rome, this is the group to be in.
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