A publication of the Archaeological Institute of America
This list is no longer maintained but remains online as a resource for our readers. Some links may be broken.
Anglo-Georgian Expedition to Nokalakevi
Excavation at Nokalakevi, a major Greek-Roman-Byzantine-Medieval site in western Georgia, has been underway since 2001.
Archaeological Resource Guide for Europe
A listing of web sites covering European archaeology, from the University of Birmingham, UK
The Archaeological Settlements of TurkeyAn inventory of Turkish settlement sites: In Turkish and English
Archaeological Sites Index
A fully searchable database of the positions (NGRs) of 5,000 of Britain's most popular sites.
News on archaeology and heritage in Flanders (Dutch with English summaries)
Atapuerca: A World Heritage Site
Features 3D fossils, videos, and panoramic views of the early hominid sites in the Sierra Atapuerca of northern Spain--Sima de los Huesos, Gran Dolina, Galería, etc.
The Baikal Archaeology Project
Investigetions of the cultural and biological dynamics of prehistoric boreal forest hunter-gatherer societies in the Lake Baikal region of Siberia
The Boscombe Bowmen
Wessex Archaeology's website dedicated to their research on burials near Stonehenge
Full texts of recent issues of the magazine of the Council for British Archaeology
Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments
Cadw, the Welsh Historic Monuments Executive Agency, features a virtual tour of Tintern, a Cistercian abbey founded in 1131 and rebuilt in the later thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries.
Citânia de Briteiros
The Universidade do Minho has a virtual tour of the Iron Age hillfort Citânia de Briteiros at Guimarães in northern Portugal.
Council for British Archaeology
Information about the CBA's programs
Contents and short abstracts of recent and upcoming issues of this British archaeology magazine, plus info on digs and British archaeological organizations
The Cave of Lascaux
Learn about and explore the Paleolithic caves of Lascaux in France. Since actual tours are no longer available to the public, take a virtual tour to see the paintings of bulls and other figures.
Digging for Vikings
An interactive excavation of a Viking settlement in Wales
Dunstanburgh Castle Dig
An English Heritage investigation at Dunstanburgh Castle in Northumberland, England
A database of European prehistoric art with records of engraved or painted rocks--pictures, tracings, maps, and reference titles.
Searchable database of Irish excavation reports from 1985 to 1999
Field Archaeology at National Museums Liverpool
Studies of prehistoric, Iron Age, and Roman sites, as well as the first archaeological study of land sites in the Falkland Islands
The Heritage Council
Established in 1995, Ireland's Heritage Council proposes policies and priorities for the identification, protection, preservation and enhancement of the national heritage. Sections of the website deal with archaeology and museums.
Historical and Archaeological Association for Mauriac
Clickable maps, site plans, panoramic photographs, etc., of Mauriac, France, and its surrounding area: In French and English
Irish Archaeology on the Internet
Links, current research, and guides to Ireland's archaeological sites.
L'Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives
Website presents news and reports on projects carried out by INRAP, the governmental agency that oversees cultural resource management in France.
Institute of Archaeology and Museum/Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
IAM-BAS is the national center coordinating all field research in Bulgaria.
The Megalithic Temples of Malta
The site has photographs of every megalithic temple, the archaeological finds, QuickTime 360 degrees views of the main temples, archaeological finds, statuettes and much more.
Museum of London Archaeology Service
Contains details of the museum's service and summaries of sites excavated in the London area
Newgrange & Knowth Megalithic Tombs - Ireland
Resource website for sites on the east coast of Ireland--Newgrange, Knowth, Dowth, Fourknocks, Loughcrew and Tara
Orkneyjar - The Heritage of the Orkney Islands
Dedicated to the preserving, exploring, and documenting the ancient history, folklore and traditions of Orkney, a group of islands lying off the northern tip of Scotland
Royal Commission on the Ancient & Historical Monuments of Wales
An introduction to the work of the RCAHMW
Denmark's archaeology magazine with links to other archaeology publications world-wide. In Danish.
Time Team Live
Stories of the individuals involved in digs, pictures and descriptions of finds, and real video--from England's Channel 4 Television.
A summary of prehistoric findings on an island off the coast of Croatia.