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Aguateca: New Revelations of the Maya Elite
A 2003 feature in National Gegraphic Magazine, there's an excerpt from the article, field notes from the author and photographers, a flashback to 1894, an online-only image gallery, a map, related links and bibliography information.
NOVA Online: Search for the Lost Cave People
Explore archaeological findings in Chiapas, Mexico, and try a "Be an Archaeologist" activity.
Frequently Asked Questions About a Career in Archaeology in the U.S.
Books,helpful information about careers in archaeology.
A collection of archaeology resources from About.com.
Archaeological Institute of America: Fieldwork Opportunities
Lists a number of archaeology projects as well as schools and programs that offer fieldwork instruction.
A large index of archaeological resources on the Internet.
Introduction to Archaeology: Course Schedule
This professor's course outline offers background information on archaeological techniques and principles.
Welcome to Maya Archaeology
Images of Maya art and artifacts from museums in Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, and Belize. Includes QuickTime VR movies of some artifacts.
Mystery of the Maya
This Web exhibit from the Canadian Museum of Civilization offers background information on Maya civilization, including a timeline and glossary.
The Maya Epigraphic Database Project
An online project to transcribe Maya texts and archive information
about Maya glyphs (their writing system).
Rabbit in the Moon
Explore Maya games and architecture, learn about their calendar,
and transcribe your name into Maya glyphs.
Southwestern Archaeology (SWA)
A nonprofit organization providing information about archaeological
activity in the American Southwest.
Chaco Culture National Historical
The electronic version of a national park brochure describing
the history and culture of Chaco Canyon.
Evaluating Models of Chaco
A "virtual conference" designed to promote the exchange
of ideas about Chaco Canyon and its archaeology. Includes
a map of the canyon.
Anasazi 1100-1400 A.D.
Images of Anasazi art, architecture, and artifacts, including
a ceremonial kiva.
Social Strife May Have Exiled
A reprint of a New York Times article outlining a new theory
about the Anasazi collapse.
News and information about excavations of the ancient city
Jenné-jeno in the West African nation of Mali.
Mali Ancient Crossroads of Africa
An overview of the history, geography, and culture of this African nation, including lesson plans.
This is Honduras
Explore the history of Copan and view the present day site.
History and Memory
Learn about the changing views of the Mayas.
Venus Table from the Dresden Codex
Learn about the Dresden Codex and its origin.
Lintel 25 of Yaxchilán Structure 23
Explore how sculptural door lintels were used to create elaborate decorations on the buildings in Yaxchilán.
El Castillo (The Castle)
View the great stepped pyramid that dominates the remains of the ancient Maya city Chichén Itzá.
Ruins of the White Temple and Ziggurat
Learn about Uruk, one of the earliest cities in the fertile valley that lay between the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers.
Order and Early Societies
Learn about the origins of centralized states and alternative political and social orders.
Invitation to World Literature
This multimedia resource invites viewers to appreciate and, most importantly, read these ancient and modern works.
NOVA Online: Lost City of Arabia
Describes the search for the ancient Arabian city of Ubar and how NASA's remote sensing technology helped to locate it.
Archeology's Interactive Dig
Follow online as ancient civilizations are unearthed. Get full access to frequently updated field notes, Q&A with archaeologists, personal journals, and more.
This site tells the story of ancient Mesopotamia now present-day Iraq.
How Carbon-14 Dating Works
Examine the methods by which scientists use radioactivity to determine the age of objects, most notably carbon-14 dating.
A large collection of web sites relating to ancient civilizations.
The Hungate excavation is the biggest ever archaeological dig in York city centre. The archaeologists will be uncovering 2000 years in the life of York until the end of 2011.
Adventures in Fugawiland:
A Computer Simulation in Archaeology, Doug Price,
Anne B. Gebauer. Mayfield Publishing Company, 1990.
Archaeology Workbook, Steve
Daniels, Nicholas David. University of Pennsylvania Press,
The Archaeology Handbook: A Field
Manual and Resource Guide, Bill McMillon. Wiley
& Sons, 1991.
Cities Then & Now,
Jim Antoniou. Macmillan, 1994.
The Code of Kings: The Language
of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs, Linda
Schele, Peter Mathews, Justin Kerr, MacDuff Everton. Scribner,
Exploring Ancient Native America:
An Archaeological Guide, David Hurst Thomas.
Eyewitness to Discovery: First-Person
Accounts of More than Fifty of the World's Greatest Archaeological
Discoveries. Brian Fagan, ed. Oxford University
A Forest of Kings: The Untold
Story of the Ancient Maya, Linda Schele, David
Freidel. Quill, 1992.
Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries:
Science and Pseudoscience in Archaeology, Kenneth
L. Feder. Mayfield Publishing, 1996.
A History of Africa,
J. D. Fage. Routledge, 1995.
A History of African Societies
to 1870, Elizabeth Isichei. Cambridge University
In Search of the Old Ones: Exploring
the Anasazi World of the Southwest, David Roberts,
Willow D. Roberts. Touchstone, 1997.
In the Beginning: An Introduction
to Archaeology, Brian Fagan. Addison-Wesley,
The Maya (Ancient Peoples and
Places), Michael Coe. Thames & Hudson, 1993.
Out of the Past: An Introduction
to Archaeology, David L. Webster, Susan T. Evans,
William T. Sanders. Mayfield Publishing, 1992.
Scribes, Warriors and Kings:
The City of Copán and the Ancient Maya,
William L. Fash, Barbara W. Fash. Thames & Hudson, 1993.
Then & Now, Stefania
Perring, Dominic Perring. Macmillan Publishing Company,
Time Detectives: How Archaeologists
Use Technology to Recapture the Past, Brian Fagan.
Simon & Schuster, 1995.
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