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Anthropology general overview see also Archaeology, Prehistory
One hundred years of anthropology in Costa Rica
African primates at home photos, audio, and information about wild monkeys and apes studied by primatologist Dr. M.K. Holder in East Africa (Uganda, Rwanda, Zaire), mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, primates
Anthropology explore the dimensions of the human legacy through the eyes of anthropology, a tip
Anthropology Anthropology is the broad study of humankind around the world and throughout time. It is concerned with both the biological and the cultural aspects of humans. Included in anthropology are four main subdivisions: Biological Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, Archaeology, Linguistic Anthropology
Anthropology dictionary
Anthropology tutorials anthropology is the broad study of humankind around the world and throughout time. It is concerned with both the biological and the cultural aspects of humans, theories of evolution, human blood
Australian and Asian palaeoanthropology
Bio anthropology exhibits human anatomy, human evolution, humans, plants, and animals, primates, forensic anthropology
EMuseum virtual museum of anthropological information, biographies, and resources on anthropology and archaeology
European ethnohistory database this is a rather unique look at Europe that traces the history of ethnic groups, their affinities, and languages
Evolutionary psychology evolutionary psychology focuses on the evolved properties of nervous systems, especially those of humans
Exploring the Americas' earliest known civilization
Human biological adaptation the human body readily responds to changing environmental stresses in a variety of biological and cultural ways
Human evolution: the fossil evidence in 3D the gallery contains five modern primate crania, and five fossil crania
Human nature writings and discussions on history, philosophy and social studies in the human sciences
Humans and other catastrophes around 14000 years ago most of the world's largest mammals went extinct. Did humans play a role? Can prevent extinctions today by studying the past?
Living links focus on the living links between humans and their primate relatives, movies. These links include the four extant great apes: bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans. The Living Links Center specializes in comparisons of the social life, ecology, cognition, neurology, and molecular genetics of apes and humans
Paleoanthropology anthropology, archaeology, paleoanthropology, human origins, homo sapiens, homo erectus, Australopithecus afarensis, Australopithecus africanus, Australopithecus anamensis, Australopithecus species, ardipithecus ramadis, homo antecessor, antecessor, Australopithecus garhi, afarensis, africanus, anamensis, sapiens, bottleneck, multiregionalism
Paleoanthropology Hominid Family History
Paleoanthropology Paleoanthropology
Primatology anatomy, behavior & ecology, evolution, myths, tales and legends, pathology, physiology and developmental biology, primates as pets, taxonomy
Sacred sites a site specializing in the study of sacred sites and pilgrimage traditions around the world, a tip
West New Britain
Where do languages come from? the evolution of languages, origins and development of language, Languages with more than 30,000,000 Speakers as of 1993
What is culture? a baseline definition of culture, some important definitions/discussions of culture
World cultures and civilizations tradition and memory: world civilizations to 1500, culture, conflict, and modern world civilizations after 1500, Glossary of world civilizations, christianity, Roman, Greece, Hellenic, Jewish, Hebraic, Persian, postmodernity, Native American, Iroquois, Maya, Olmec, Toltec, Aztec, Inca, Teotihuacan, Islamic, Muslim, Harappan Indus valley, Yellow river China, Japanese, Nippon, Buddhist, Buddha, Jainism, Hinduism,  Stoicism, Epicurean, Shintoistic, shamanism, animism, urbanization, cultural traditions, religions, poems, mythology, rituals, archaeology, literature, tribe, theology, ecclesiastical, churches, asceticism, law, judicial constittion, No Noh, Kabuki, a tip
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Old and lost cultures, ancient civilizations 
Akhenaten's world research into the Amarna period, the world beyond Akhetaten during the Amarna period, history of Egypt
Ancient and lost civilizations covers everything, a tip
Ancient world cultures make your choice at the bottom of the page: Near East, India, Egypt, China, Greece, Rome, Islam, Europe
Chronological table of Mesoamerican archaeology
Civilizations of MesoAmerica Indians mesoamerica, art, olmecs, maya, mayan, aztecs, corn, maize, venu figures, mother goddess, Cortes, Spanish, conquest, olmec, pottery, Siberia, bering strait, archaeology
Endangered Uralic peoples peoples belonging to the Uralic language family live in North Eurasia (Central, Eastern and Northern Europe; Western Siberia), being the original inhabitants of these territories
Exploring ancient world cultures ancient Near East, ancient India, ancient Egypt, ancient China, ancient Greece, ancient Rome, early Islam, medieval Europe
Forgotten histories lost and forgotten histories
Global history consortium the consortium consists of five Virtual Research Institutes representing all major geographical regions of the world
Invention of the wheel No one knows for sure who is ultimately responsible for the invention of the wheel although theories and speculation abound. General consensus places the invention of the wheel as we think of it at around 3500 BC, in Mesopotamia, what is modern day Iraq
Joshua Project - unreached peoples of the world
Prehistoric web index of ancient sites
Secrets of lost empires long-forgotten secrets of early architects and engineers. How did they design and erect the medieval war machines known as trebuchets? Egyptian obelisks? The Easter Island stone monoliths called moais? Roman baths? The rainbow bridges of ancient China? (NOVA) ancient Rome, China, trebuchet, catapult, moai, Easter Island, obelisk, Egypt, pharaoh, bridge, lever, castle, arms, race, megalith, aqueduct, rainbow, bamboo, transcript
The earliest civilizations the basic meaning of civilization is the presence of cities, and the basic meaning of history is the presence of written records. There can be civilization without writing (the Incas), and perhaps writing without much in the way of cities (runes), but the creation of writing gives to the earliest historical civilizations a role that prior urban culture (as at Jericho) could not match
Timeline of ancient civilizations view the major civilizations that flourished in the ancient world. From Sumer, Egypt, and Assyria, to the Maya, Inca and Aztec, gif file
Timeline of ancient civilizations
World cultures and civiizations Christian, Greek, Hellenic, Asia Minor, Jewish, Hebrew, Persian, Iranian, European, postmodernity, Native American, Iroquois, Maya, Olmec, Toltec, Aztec, Inca, Teotihuacan, Islamic, Muslim, India, Indians, Harappan, Indus Valley, Yellow River China, Kingdom Japan, Buddha, Jainism, Hinduism, Stoicism, Epicureanism, Shinto, shamanism, animism, cultural traditions, world religious, philosophies, artists, writers, poems, mythology, myths, rituals, archaeological, paintings, sculptures, frescoes, literatures, magic, nomadic, languages, alphabets, theology, churches, habitations, mysticism, asceticism
World cultures world civilizations and cultures before and after 1500
World cultures list anthropology, archaeology, paleoanthropology, human origins, homo sapiens, homo erectus, Australopithecus afarensis, Australopithecus africanus, Australopithecus anamensis, Australopithecus species, ardipithecus ramadis, homo antecessor, antecessor, Australopithecus garhi, afarensis, africanus, anamensis, sapiens, bottleneck, multiregionalism, Eve hypothesis, volcanic winter, hunting, scavenging, Bonobo sex, primates, paleolithic rock art, Australia
World wide people list Abaza, Abung, Aceh, Adi (Miri, Mishing), Adi-Galo (Galong), Afade, Afar, Afar (Danakil), Afar (Danakil, Adali), Afghan (Dari), Afghan Persian, Afghani Tajik, Afshari, Agariya (Agria), Agul (Aguly, Koshan), Ahirani (Ahir), Aimaq, Firozkohi, Aimaq, Hazara, Aimaq, Jamshidi (Char Aimaq), Aimaq, Taimani, Aimaq, Timuri (Teymur, Timuri), Ajuran, Alas, Albanian (Gheg Speaking), Albanian (Shqip), Albanian (Tosk Speaking), Algerian Arab... a tip

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