and Prehistory Links
Institute of America - The AIA promotes informed public interest in the
cultures and civilizations of the past.
Society for California Archaeology
- The home page is a good starting point for finding out about
archaeological research in California. They also provide information about
jobs in archaeology as well as a comprehensive list of links to other sites.
Magazine - The official publication of the
Archaeological Institute of America.
Archaeology - Britain's leading
Archaeology Information - Educational guide
offering general information about archaeology.
News - Your source on the web
for daily archaeological news and information.
- Virtual library of archaeology. Maintained by Arizona State University: an
excellent spectrum of on-line resources for the study of archaeology.
Archaeology Channel -
Explore the human cultural heritage through streaming
media. Travel through time and feel the thrill of discovery. Examine the
wonderful diversity of the human experience!
- List of archaeology field schools and jobs.
Forensic Colleges.net - List of web site links related to anthropology
National Archaeological Data Base - Reports
module, is an expanded bibliographic inventory of over 350,000 reports on
archeological investigation and planning, mostly of limited circulation.
Center for the Study of the First Americans
- Sponsored by Oregon State University and contains a great deal of valuable
information for the archaeology student.
Virtual Library - Index of Native American Archaeology & Anthropology
Resources on the Internet.
The Mammoth, Atlatl & Clovis Point Web Page
- California State Laws and Codes relating to Archaeology.
Archaeology and Technology
- Total Stations in Archaeology.
- A link to web sites containing information on various dating techniques.
Radiocarbon-Related Information Resources
- Information on radiocarbon dating.
Dental Analysis in Archaeology - A nice introduction and links to
Dentristry - Some information on ancient dentistry.
Society for American Archaeology
- The mission of the Society for
American Archaeology is to expand understanding and appreciation of
humanity's past as achieved through systematic investigation of the