Thursday, February 27, 2003

Here is an odd page. It leads to links of people interested in pseudoscience, weird archaeology, etc. However, it does have a page of debunking tools as well.

Fantastic Archaeology Index

Tuesday, February 25, 2003

NUA is the Network for Underwater Archaeology. They are a series of institutions working on the underwater archaeology of Ireland. Great links page.


Monday, February 24, 2003

The 2003 edition of the Archaeological Institute of America's Fieldwork Opportunies has now been published. You can also search the online site for information.

AIA - Fieldwork - Archaeological Fieldwork Opportunities Online
Here is the site (courtesy of the National Park Service) of the Historic American Buildings Survey and the Historic American Engineering Record.

Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record (HABS/HAER), National Park Service
Here is an excellent article by Bill Lockhart on dating soda bottles (2002).

Dating Soft Drink Bottles

Sunday, February 23, 2003

These are bibliographies for both anthropological and archaeological research.

Bibliographies for Anthropological Research -- Tennessee Archaeology Net
This site lists cemetery directories, articles and virtual memorial parks.

Cemetery Junction Directory -- Locate Active and Retired Cemeteries Quickly and Easily
The Athena Review is an online journal of archaeology, history and exploration. It has an emphasis on classical archaeology, and excellent pages of links.

Athena Review Main Index

Friday, February 21, 2003

A British plantation site that was attacked by Choctaw Indians and burned in 1780. The web site has photos and information about the excavation.

Augustin Rochon Plantation Site
This site covers French colonial pottery, notably French Faience ware. Faience is a tin-glazed earthenware, much like delftware. The Spanish used a tin-glazed earthenware as well, but it is called maiolica, and is found on sites in Mexico, Latin America, and Northern New Spain (the U.S.).


Tuesday, February 18, 2003

Here is the newest edition of the Society for American Archaeology's Archaeology and Public Educations newsletter.

SAAweb - Archaeology & Public Education Newsletter

Saturday, February 08, 2003

Enter the Gateway to Ancient Egypt! Here are short histories of the various dynasties, photos of the temples and other Egyptian monuments, a links page, and a bibliography.

Here is an archaeological game called "Virtual Pompeii". The game runs on all Windows OS, and only costs $6.99.

free software, discount software, dvds and more