Tuesday, August 31, 2004

The Society of Bead Researchers is a non-profit organization that publishes a journal.

Society of Bead Researchers
Do you have a report that is (literally) Greek to you? Here is a translation service for archaeological reports.


ARCHAEOLOGY-HISTORY TRANSLATION SERVICE

Monday, August 30, 2004

The Billings Curation Center is a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) collection center. Here are housed collections and information from archaeological sites in Montana and the Dakotas. The contact information is clearly given.


Billings Curation Center Webpage - Index page

Thursday, August 26, 2004

The American Schools of Oriental Research publish their own books on Near Eastern Archaeology. Here are their newest titles.


ASOR Publications - New Titles
The DerbyShire (in England) Archaeological Society also has a newsletter.


Derbyshire Archaeological Society
The Center for the Study of Architecture/Archaeology produces a web-based newsletter.


CSA Newsletter

Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Sunday, August 22, 2004

Here are gifts and collectibles of the art and figurines of ancient empires. All are faithful reproductions.

Ancient Empires
The Trypillian Culture was a Neolitihic group in the present-day Ukraine. This website has article, a museum, and more information about this culture.


Trypillian culture
This journal is published by the Archaeological Institute of America (the same folks that publish Archaeology Magazine and Dig!). They are currently looking for a Managing Editor.


American Journal of Archaeology

Tuesday, August 10, 2004

The West Georgia Underwater Archaeological Society is a an organization that seeks to educate the public about underwater resources.


West Georgia Underwater Archaeological Society
NUMA (National Underwater and Marine Agency) is a non-profit organization created by Clive Cussler (author of numerous fictional novels about underwater archaeology and discoverer of the Hunley) and named after the organization featured in his books. The organization is funded by Cussler's royalties.



About NUMA
M.A.R.C. is the Marine Archaeological Research and Conservation team, a non-profit organization.

From their web site: "Marine Archaeological Research and Conservation (MARC) is designed to be a resource for governmental and research oriented organizations dedicated to expanding the marine archaeological record. MARC members are certified by the The Marine Archaeological and Historical Society of Washington DC as capable of assisting graduate principle investigators.

MARC
Here is a group of avocational (volunteers) underwater archaeologists in North Georgia.




North Georgia Underwater Archaeology Society

Monday, August 02, 2004

This site is a directory of web sites to archaeology and anthropology. Its categories cover both topics and region.


archaeolink.com Archaeology, Anthropology, Ancient Civilizations - Social Studies Too
Apparently, Archaeology Odyssey has been around since 1998. My apologies.