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View Resource The Archaeology Channel

Founded in 1999, the Archaeology Channel brings a host of short films about the practice of archaeology to the computers of visitors from around the globe in an attempt to inform the general public about this field and its continuing relevance. The site's homepage features some of the latest audio and video segments, along with links to additional commentaries, teacher resources, and news from the...

http://www.archaeologychannel.org/
View Resource The Science Museum of Minnesota: Mysteries of Çatalhöyük

Courtesy of the Science Museum of Minnesota, middle-schoolers can take a virtual trip to an archaeological dig in central Turkey, southeast of the modern city of Konya. In 1998, archaeologists excavated a Neolithic settlement, that 9,000 years ago, was one of the world's major cities with a population of about 10,000 people. Çatalhöyük is of interest to archaeologists since it was settled at a...

https://www.smm.org/catal/
View Resource UPM MIS: Museum Information System at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Since 1887, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (UPM) has sponsored a number of extremely valuable archaeological expeditions to sites on every inhabited continent. With the significant financial generosity of the Mellon Foundation, the UPM has begun the Museum Information System project in order to make a good portion of these highly detailed archaeological field...

http://www.etana.org/node/6854
View Resource Alexandria Archaeology Museum

The Alexandria Archaeology Museum created this website to promote its work with students, volunteers, citizens, and developers "to study and manage archaeological resources important to the community's past and to share this knowledge with both a local and world-wide audience." Subsequent to learning about the Museum's many endeavors to further its cause, users can find intriguing descriptions and...

https://www.alexandriava.gov/Archaeology
View Resource The Society for Historical Archaeology

Some of you gentle readers may be asking: “What’s historical archaeology?” Simply put, this field is “the study of the material remains of past societies that also left behind some other form of historical evidence.” With a membership base that ranges from newcomers to seasoned professionals, The Society for Historical Archaeology is a group whose work will be of general interest to those with a...

https://sha.org/
View Resource BBC: Archaeology

It's a fairly difficult endeavor to reconstruct an Iron Age roundhouse, what with all of the archaeology training required and such. Persons with such interests who lack the necessary training need worry no longer, as the BBC has created a rather fine site that lets users take in many facets of archaeology, including the aforementioned roundhouse. The site also includes overviews of various fields...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/archaeology/
View Resource Beyond Stone & Bone

Archaeology Magazine has had a blog since June 2008, and this website provides access to the current edition and all of the past posts. If you're looking for a fine pastiche of information on recent museum exhibits, new finds from the field, and technological innovation, you have come to the right place. The bloggers on the site include the Archaeological Institute of America's (AIA) online...

http://archive.archaeology.org/blog/