A publication of the Archaeological Institute of America
Archaeology news, chat rooms, and links to other sites
The AIA's Archaeological Fieldwork Opportunities Bulletin, a guide to over 300 excavations, field schools, and special programs
American Journal of Archaeology
The academic journal of the Archaeological Institute of America
The AJA launched a new student section on its website. This area is a starting point for research, a place to learn about a career in archaeology or about submitting your first academic article, and a collection of helpful, trusted links to archaeological material. Start exploring at www.ajaonline.org/students.
Ancient World Web
A listing of selected web sites related to the ancient world, by Julia Hayden of the University of Virginia
Anthropology Resources on the Internet
Links to websites on subjects including archaeology,
linguistics, cultural anthropology, and physical anthropology
A quarterly, international, peer-reviewed publication covering the world of archaeology and heritage
Archaeological Institute of America
ARCHAEOLOGY's parent organization
Archaeological news, resources, and forums
A directory of archaeology-related sites on the Web
The Archaeology Channel
Homepage of the Archaeological Legacy Institute on which you can watch short films and listen to forms of audio media relating to archaeology.
An archaeology and human evolution resource with information about human origins and evolution
The WWW virtual library of archaeology, from Arizona State University
Association for Environmental Archaeology (AEA)
The study of human interaction with the environment in the past through archaeology and related disciplines
The Bradshaw Foundation
A non-profit organization working to document and preserve prehistoric rock art around the world
Careers in Archaeology FAQ
Everything you ever wanted to know about becoming an archaeologist, by David L. Carlson of Texas A&M University
Test your Neanderthal knowledge at this site that corresponds with a series of BBC television specials.
Collapse: Why Do Civilizations Fall?
An interactive website from the Annenberg/CPB Project Exhibits Collection that explores reasons for the decline and fall of past civilizations
The Institute of History, Archaeology, and Education
A nonprofit organization, IHARE is dedicated to expanding the knowledge and appreciation of human cultures from ancient times to the present through an array of student, teacher, and public programs and activities.
An online-only peer-reviewed electronic archaeology journal
Journal of Field Archaeology
Contents, author index, and abstracts since 1986, from Boston University
Institute for Ancient Equestrian Studies
Studies on the history and prehistory of the horse
The Leakey Foundation
Photos, diaries, lectures, and interviews from the foundation's archives
This website, built for sixth graders to learn about archaeology in 1996, was one of the first "online excavations."
The PAST Foundation
The PAST Foundation promotes a better understanding of history and culture by teaming professionals with the public to explore cultural sites locally and globally. Anthropologists and archaeologists are teamed with K-12 students to explore. After extensive supervised classroom training, students have the opportunity to go into the field to learn the techniques of modem archaeology and to discover firsthand what wonders lie beneath the soil and water of all nations.
The Smithsonian Institution Human Origins Program
The Smithsonian's guide to the study of human evolution, and use Quicktime to rotate specimens 360 degrees
Society for American Archaeology
Information on the SAA
Society for Historical Archaeology
Information on the SHA
Find out when and where archaeology jobs are happening around the world
World Atlas of Archaeology on the Web
Provides links to archaeological websites around the world