Resources

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/boxgrove/

This UCL site offers up to date analysis of material recovered during excavations at boxgrove in the 1990’s.


http://www.butser.org.uk/

A site dedicated to Butser Ancient Farm. A great ongoing project which they describe as an “open air laboratory for research into Prehistoric and Roman agriculture and building techniques.”


Archaeology Tools

http://www.archtools.co.uk is a leading UK website for supplying archaeology equipment. Nicely designed and easy to use too.


http://www.jorvik-viking-centre.co.uk/

York’s Viking heritage has spawned the city’s premier tourist attraction, and a great website too.


TimeWatch campaigns for the protection of heritage places


British Archaeological Jobs & resources

Jobs, links, directory, software, forum, courses, articles, news, videos and more… the largest independant archaeology website in the UK



www.pasthorizons.com

Lots of info on over 350 sites to volunteer on across the world! And a new Archaeology tool store, from the WHS trowel to the 5m handtape or drafting film and rotring pencils!


The Society for Medieval Archaeology

The society exists to further the
study of the period from the 5th to the 16th century A.D.


Underwater Archaeology

Explore sunken ships and lost civilizations. An international resource for underwater archaeology.


Michael Blow is an innovative Stonemason who has worked on Gloucester Cathedral.


http://www.ukarchaeology.org.uk

Sarah’s website is proving to be a great tool, particularly if you are looking for digs.


http://www.vela-spila.hr/eng/index.html

Vela Cave, located near the western end of the island of Korcula, off the Dalmatian Coast (former Yugoslavia). A history of occupation from Old stone age through to the bronze age.


http://www.neanderthal.de/

German website (with english translation) covering the world of the Neanderthals.


http://create.newarchaeology.com

Archaeological and general illustrations from Chris Brown


http://www.newarchaeology.com

General Archaeology with a British focus


http://www.potsherd.uklinux.net

A massive database of ceramic finds. Professional Archaeology using the Internet to full advantage.


www.britarch.ac.uk/yac

The Young Archaeologist Club for young people between the ages of nine and sixteen. The Club is run by the registered charity Council for British Archaeology.


http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/anthropology/supersite/arc/arc_main.html

McGraw Hill’s ‘Anthropology Super Site’ has some useful jump-off points for US archaeology plus book reviews and some downloadables.


http://www.shurdington.org/gharmirdum/index.html

Nicely put together site with a tight focus on Bronze age excavation in Malta in 1964. This excellent resource was put together by Paul Calleja-Gera, one of the original boy scouts who discovered the site during a caving expedition.


http://www.biaa.ac.uk

British Institute at Ankara promotes and publishes British archaeological research focused on Turkey and the Black Sea.


Online Archaeology

An Archaeology portal where Members are encouraged to control their own
content. Archaeology news, articles, photos, blogs and the UK Archaeology
Google Map.


http://www.southeastasianarchaeology.com

A blog site on South East Asian Archaeology from Noel Hidalgo Tan


http://www.bradshawfoundation.com

Includes articles on archaeology, anthropology, prehistory and paleolithic rock art.


http://www.dinur.org

An index of resources, focused on Jewish
History. Project of the Dinur Center for Research in Jewish History at the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem


http://www.lankalibrary.com

Sri lankan Archaeology information page.


http://www.mingwrecks.com

Ten ancient shipwrecks in the South China Sea. Asian shipwreck ceramics from the 11th to the 19th century.


Old Pueblo Archaeology Center is a nonprofit organization that educates children and adults about archaeology and other cultures to promote preservation of archaeological and historical sites, describes its programs and features a virtual archaeological excavation on its web site.


http://www.sciencegl.com

Advanced 3D and 4D ardheology data visualization software from ScienceGL


www.astarte.com.au

Producers of Educational Resources


http://www.maney.co.uk/

Maney Publishing, expanding collection of books and journals in
archaeology and architectural history, established reputation


http://www.roperld.com/homosapienevents.htm


If you would like to add any sites to this list, please send an email to chris.brown@newarchaeology.com