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assemblage-Info Useful Sites

Anthropology Resources on the Internet

Comprehensive listing of web resources. If your browser can't handle frames try the alternative address <>.

Archaeology on the Net

Archaeology web resources, including bibliographies, and field work opportunities.


A job and people finder service, with archaeological tours and vacations listed as well.


ArchNet is an impressive and comprehensive collection of archaeological links. These are ordered by subject and region, with links to academic departments, museums, journals and more. There is also a featured site of the month and a search facility.

ARGE (Archaeological Resource Guide for Europe)

ARGE is a collection of hypertext links for archaeological information resources across Europe. These links are by country, subject, or period; a database search is also available.

Citing Electronic Publications

A very easy to use guide to citing information from the whole range of electronic information resources, from the WWW to e. mail.

CBA (Council For British Archaeology)

Contains current information about the CBA including details of projects and membership information as well as advice for people wishing to get involved in archaeology. There are links to the CBA magazine British Archaeology and its information supplement CBA Briefing.

CBA's UK Links

CBA's new service, offering a comprehensive set of links to archaeological institutions in the United Kingdom, including university departments, field units, museums and other archaeological resources.

Current Archaeology Directory

Information on the magazine "Current Archaeology" and how to subscribe. There are also many useful links, including lists of excavations.

Archaeology: An Introduction -- An Electronic Companion

A selection of Internet links to supplement Kevin Greene's book Archaeology: an introduction (1995). Diverse and comprehensive.


'ArchLaw' is a group of lawyers, archaeologists, anthropologists and other professionals dedicated to the protection of the world's cultural heritage'. Although small at the moment, it does have the makings of a site which will contain lots of useful information. At the moment there are details of the UK Treasure Act of 1996.


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