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Virtual Museum of Nautical Archaeology     View
Resource on the under-the-ocean findings of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology. Includes maps and historical narratives of several shipwrecks as well as images of the artifacts recovered.

Museum of Underwater Archaeology (MUA)     View
The website for this nonprofit museum features exhibits, project journals, research updates, and other material about underwater archaeology and maritime history. Exhibits include an introduction to underwater archaeology for children, excavation of ...

Iraq Museum     View
Website for the national antiquities museum in Iraq, which was originally opened in 1923 and moved to a new building in 1966. The "galleries" section includes images of works from time periods such as the Stone Age, Ancient Sumerian, Assyri ...

Archaeological Museum of Bologna     View
The Archaeological Museum of Bologna contains items from archaeological excavations in and around Bologna, from painter Pelagio Palagi's collection, and more.

The Bosnia-Atlantis Connection     View
This April 2006 commentary argues against the possibility that mounds located in Bosnia are actually the world's oldest and largest pyramids. Includes background about "Semir (Sam) Osmanagic, a Houston-based Bosnian-American contractor [who] fir ...

The Piltdown Plot     View
The authors of this site are attempting to gather all the information on the Piltdown Man hoax into one location. The articles are collected into sections including: Reports on the Find ; Expos?? of the Hoax ; and Analysis of the Primary Suspects . S ...

Flintknapping (Series in Ancient Technologies)     View
Description of flintknapping, which is "the making of flaked or chipped stone tools. This technology was used in historic times to manufacture gun flints and in prehistoric times to make spear and dart points, arrow heads ... and many other tool ...

Stone Age Reference Collection (SARC)     View
A "reference program containing information about the typology, technology, raw materials, and study methods of the Stone Age," this is an illustrated compendium of topics belonging to the field of Paleolithic analysis. It contains short es ...

Stonehenge Settlement Found: Builders' Homes, "Cult Houses"     View
This January 2007 news release explains how "a major prehistoric village has been unearthed near Stonehenge in southern England." The settlement is believed to be housing for the builders of the famous monument and a ceremonial site. Includ ...

Mummies of Ancient Egypt     View
This site about mummies describes what they are, how they were made, who they were, and Egyptian beliefs about an afterlife. There is a table of hieroglyphs that displays the image, its meaning, and sound; a dateline of dates, dynasties, and rulers o ...



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