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Archaeology - general a tip: visit also Prehistory, Anthropology, Egypte, Ancient Rome & Greece, Dolmen and megaliths
Archaeological images and texts
Archaeology archaeology is the scientific study of peoples of the past... their culture and their relationship with their environment. The purpose of archaeology is to understand how humans in the past interacted with their environment, and to preserve this history for present and future learning, basic info, links
Archaeology daily archaeological news, plus abstracts and full-length articles
Comparative Archaeology Comparative Archaeology is an interregional approach to prehistoric culture change and communication. The Comparative Archaeology WEBİ is dedicated to further quick publication of archaeological information across continents
Discovery of lost cities, submerged lands and ancient ships Alexandria the submerged royal quarters, Aboukir 2001 sunken herakleion - between reality and legends, Lena Shoal sunken treasure - cargo of a Chinese junk, Napoleon's lost fleet, Royal Captain: a ship of the East India company (Philippines)
Encyclopaedia of the Orient
Oriental institute archaeology projects Archaeology, Philology, Anatolia, Egypt/Nubia, Levant, Mesopotamia/Syria, Persia, Yemen
Underwater archaeology A Guide to Underwater Archaeology Resources on the Internet
 
Archaeology: Africa 
Archaeological heritage of Sudan and Nubia ancient Nubia, Sudan, Mahas Survey, Meroe, Meroitic pyramids, Kush, Nobatia, Makuria
Lepcis Magna: Lybia Lepcis Magna is a world heritage site on the Mediterranean coast of North Africa in the Tripolitania region of Libya
Sudan archaeology archaeology, history & culture of Nubia and northern Sudan
 
Archaeology: Asia 
Origins of Angkor archaeological project the aim of the project is to assess the seminal aspects of the social, cultural and technological development in the Mun River valley of Northeast Thailand. Three sites have been excavated, a bronze age site, Ban Lum Khao, and two Iron Age sites: Non Muang Kao and Noen U-Loke
Sultan's lost treasure archeologists salvage more than 12,000 pieces of Chinese porcelain from an ancient shipwreck
 
Archaeology: Israel 
Archaeological Excavations at Sha`ar Hagolan the Neolithic village of Sha`ar Hagolan (ca. 8000-7500 years ago) is the largest and most important prehistoric art center in Israel
Hazor excavation, Israel Hazor was an ancient Canaanite and Israelite City located in the north of modern day Israel
Samaria in the Hebrew Bible the name Samaria refers to the capital city of Israel, the northern kingdom
Sha'ar Hagolan, Israel the neolithic village of Sha`ar Hagolan (ca. 8000-7500 years ago) is the largest and most important prehistoric art center in Israel
Shikhin Middle East history: location and identification of ancient Shikhin, Israël
Tel Dor: Israel Tel Dor is located fifteen miles south of Haifa, and just eight miles north of Caesarea
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Archaeology: Europe 
Aegean archaelogical information sites
Ancient city of Athens a photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural remains of ancient Athens
Archeologia Italiana
Archaeology of southwest Germany a tip
Archaeology pictures England, Archaeology pictures
British archaeology
Grands sites archaeologiques in France
Irish archaeological sites various types of archaeological monuments found in Ireland
Isle of man archeology
Nordic underwater archaeology Nordic underwater archaeology
Oldstoneage France
Ostia: gli scavi
Ostia, the harbour of ancient Rome
Prehistoric archaeology of the Aegean the Bronze Age culture is termed "Minoan" after the legendary king Minos, a tip
The Roman gask project the Roman gask system is a line of forts, watch towers and tiny Roman forts known as fortlets, strung out along the Roman road into northern Scotland
Ruins of Pompei
Voyage of Doom nautical archeologists uncover the wrecked ship of 17th century French explorer Robert Cavelier de La Salle
 
Archaeology: Middle East  related topic: Anthropology Middle East
Ancient Near East archaeological sites 250+ archaeological sites, short description and links
AQABA project
Çatal Höyük The Mysteries of Çatalhöyük
Fujairah petroglyphs illustrating the pantheon and battles of ante-islamic populations in this region
Gadara
Lost city of Ubar a radar image of the region around the site of the lost city of Ubar in southern Oman, on the Arabian Peninsula
Nabatean tombs in Saudi Arabia
Near Eastern archaeological sites map
Oman archaeology project a website with archaeological information on Oman, and its aim is to facilitate cooperation and networking amongst archaeologists interested in Oman
Petra: architectural reconstruction
Petra
Petra: gallery of the free-standing Petra monuments
Petra great temple Petra (from the Greek, meaning 'rock') lies in a great rift valley east of Wadi 'Araba in Jordan about 80 kilometers south of the Dead Sea, Monastery on the Mount of Aaron
Petra great temple the Great Temple of the ancient Nabataeans in the heart of the lost city of Petra
Petra: images
Petra: images
Petra: images
Petra: images of Petra images of Petra, considered by many to be the eighth wonder of the world, Petra, nestled within the walls of a desert chasm remained shrouded from occidental knowledge beginning during the crusades until 1812
Petra: photos (Jordan) Petra (Greek, "city of rock"), ancient city of Arabia, in what is now southwestern Jordan, immediately east of the village of Wadi Musa
Petra pool-complex (1998)
Petra scroll update the Petra scrolls were found in 1992, have been translated and are now being researched and worked to determine the real meanings of the works and also to expand the knowledge of the Byzantine Petra lifestyle in the sixth century, Papyri shows historians may be wrong about ancient city
Tell Tuneinir archaeological expeditions
Theban mapping project Thebes, valley of the Kings
 
Archaeology: North America 
Arctic archaeology focusing principally on the Canadian Arctic
Burrow's cave cave of many faces
Burrow's cave
Southwestern archaeology
Town Creek indian mound the Pee Dee river valley
 
Archaeology: Syria - Iraq 
Apamée de l'Euphrate le site d’Apamée se trouve sur la rive orientale de l’Euphrate, à 5 km en amont de Birecik, dans la région de Sanli-Urfa (Turquie)
Mesopotamia list of archeological sites
Nippur Mesopotamian archaeology
Nippur expedition in the desert a hundred miles south of Baghdad, Iraq, lies a great mound of man-made debris sixty feet high and almost a mile across
Palast Assurnasirpal II, Iraq
Talgua Village archaeological site Talgua Village is located north of the aldea of Talgua, northeast of Catacamas, department of Olancho, republic of Honduras
Tell Tuneinir, Syria
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Archaeology: Turkey 
Archaeological exploration of Sardis: Turkey program of excavation and research focused on the site of ancient Sardis, some 60 miles east of Izmir in Turkey
Archeological settlements of Turkey a chronological inventory of findings about the cultural heritage of Turkey
Çatalhöyük: Turkey for those who are interested in the ongoing excavations at Çatalhöyük, Turkey. Its aim is to provide information about the activities of the project and of the different aspects of the research being conducted at Çatalhöyük
Dive Turkey
Do these mysterious stones mark the site of the Garden of Eden?
Magnesia ad Maeandrum: Turkey
Seven cities Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, Laodicea
TAY archaeological settlements of Turkey
Troias in German

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