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The Acropolis (info and background on the Acropolis) (Marsares / Monolith Community)
Aegean Prehistory Web Resources (in English, Italian, or Dutch)(Andrea Viarello, Venice U., and U. of Sheffield, UK)
Aegean Prehistory: The First Palaces in the Aegean 
Alamannenmuseum in Ellwangen (focuses on the archaeology of 260 AD to 750 AD in Southern Germany; in German)
Alexandria: Shining Pearl of the Mediterranean 
The Ancient East Asia Website (articles on Chinese, Japanese, and Korean archaeology, plus news, and a large link page on archaeology) (Simon Holledge)
Anglo-American Research at Pompeii (Sara E. Bon, Rick Jones, Damian J. Robinson)
Anglo-Saxon Derbyshire, ca. AD 450-850 (Trent and Peak Archaeological Trust)
Anglo-Saxon and Viking Yorkshire (U. of York)
Archaeological Fieldwork Server, Cornell University 
Archeologia Italiana (in Italian) (Ivan Boni)
Babylon 580 B.C. ("information about and tour of the city of Babylon as it was in 580 B.C. during the Chaldean dynasty at its height") (daniel walton, university of adelaide, australia)
CEIPAC: Centro para el Estudio de la Interdependencia Provincial en la Antigedad Clasica (site on economics of the classical age: "la produccion y comercializacion de alimentos en la antigedad clasica (José Remesal, U. Barcelona)
The Celts & Saxons Homepage (Lawrence V. Conley)
Classical Images from the Ambrose Collection (Classics Dept., U. Vermont)
Classical Backpacking in Greece ("designed for students of all ages who wish to visit the archaeological sites of Ancient Greece"; includes detailed site guides with illustrations and links)
Djoser Pyramid Complex at Saqqara (Holly Pittman, Jay Treat, U. Penn)
Dr. J's Illustrated Guide to Greece (illustrated pages on ancient sites such as Mycenae, Athens, Delphi, Delos with many original photographs and accompanying text; illustrated lectures and texts on classical topics) (Janice Siegel, Hampden-Sydney C., VA)
Elias Eliadis Archaeological Photography 
English Heritage Ancient Monuments Laboratory 
Eternal Egypt ("represents a unique partnership to use innovative IBM technologies and services to create an interactive, multimedia experience of Egyptian cultural artifacts, places and history for a global audience. .    [includes] high-resolution images, three-dimensional reconstructions of Egyptian monuments and antiquities, as well as virtually-reconstructed environments, panoramic images, and panoramic views of present-day Egypt captured by robotic cameras located from the top of Karnak Temple to the streets of Old Cairo") (Egyptian Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage and IBM)
The Hadrianic Baths at Leptis Magna, North Africa (c. 127 AD) (reconstruction of the site by means of computer modeling) (Bill Rattenbury)
Harappa: The Indus Valley and the Raj (well-made site with 100+ images of archaeological finds in the digs at the sites of Harappa and Mohejo in present day Pakistan)
Images of Orality and Literacy in Greek Iconography of the Fifth, Fourth and Third Centuries BCE (James O'Donnell)
Images of Roman Art and Architecture (San Jose State U. Museum)
Late Shang Dynasty Vehicle (research overview with images of pictographs) (Barbara Stephen, Royal Ontario Museum)
Material Culture of the Ancient Canaanites, Israelites and Related Peoples: An Information Database from Excavations (Jon R. Abercrombie, U Penn)
Mount of Amphoraie: The Mount Testaccio in Rome (exhibition and conference relating to archaeological and archeometric research at the well-known amphorae mountain; in Italian, Spanish, English) (CEIPAC, U. Barcelona)
Online Resources for Canadian Heritage (Stephen Alsford / Canadian Museum of Civilization)
The Pompeii Forum Project 
Roman Glass Exhibition (U. Penn Museum)
Roman Scotland: An Exhibition (Hunterian Museum, Glasgow)
ROMARCH: Roman Art and Archaeology (Web gateway to the list for arts and archaelogy of Italy and the Roman provinces; includes Web-accessible archives of list discussions, a rich set of outbound links, and subscription info)
The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World (Alaa K. Ashmawy)
Sha`ar Hagolan - A Neolithic Art Center in the Jordan Valley, Israel ("The Neolithic village of Sha`ar Hagolan (ca. 8000-7500 years ago) is the largest and most important prehistoric art center in Israel") (Yosef Garfinkel, Hebrew U. of Jerusalem)
Society for East Asian Archaeology 
Treasures of Mount Athos (exhibition relating to the monastic state of Mount Athos and the Byzantine Orthodox world) (Hellenic Ministry of Culture)
UC Berkeley Tel Dor Expedition (dig at Dor on Israel's Mediterranean coast; "one of the country's largest archaeological sites and an important key to understanding the sequence of occupation during Biblical and later times") (U. California, Berkeley, History of Art Dep
UCLA Cultural VR Lab ("highly accurate 3D computer models of culturally significant sites around the world")
U. Melbourne Northeastern Turkey Archaeological Project (Anna Parker)
Underwater Archaeology (French Ministry of Culture)
Wharram Percy (Yorkshire): The Lost Medieval Village (Ken Tompkins, Richard Stockton C., N.J.)

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