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  1. Handbook of South American Archaeology by Helaine Silverman, 2008-09-25
  2. The Archaeology of Death and Burial (Texas A&M University Anthropology Series) by Mike Parker Pearson, 2000-09-01
  3. Archaeology: The Basics by Clive Gamble, 2007-09-07
  4. The Archaeology Book (Wonders of Creation) (Wonders of Creation Series) by David Down, 2010-03-01
  5. Biblical Archaeology: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Eric H Cline, 2009-09-28
  6. Hands-On Archaeology: Real-Life Activities for Kids by John R. White, 2005-09-01
  7. The Usborne Young Scientist Archaeology by Barbara Cork, Struan Reid, 1985-03
  8. Spatial Technology and Archaeology: The Archaeological Applications of GIS (Volume 0) by David Wheatley, Mark Gillings, 2002-01-24
  9. UNCOMMON GROUND: Archaeology and Early African America 1650-1800 by Leland Ferguson, 2004-09-17
  10. Doing Archaeology in the Land of the Bible: A Basic Guide by John D. Currid, 1999-08-01
  11. Annual Editions: Archaeology, 9/e by Mari Pritchard Parker, Elvio Angeloni, 2009-02-09
  12. Archaeology, History, and Custer's Last Battle: The Little Big Horn Reexamined by Richard A. Fox, 1997-09
  13. Egyptian Archaeology (Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology)
  14. Archaeology and Bible History by Joseph Free, Howard Vos, 1992-10-04

41. Archaeology: Native Peoples Of Tennessee
This exhibition at McClung Museum traces 15,000 years of Native American occupation of Tennessee through archaeological discovery of past cultures.
    Background The Exhibition Selected Web Resources
    Over three years in the making, this new permanent exhibition, Archaeology and the Native Peoples of Tennessee , opened on 23 September 2000. Recognizing the world-class status of its archaeological collections, the Museum has fulfilled a long-range plan to install a state-of-the-art, comprehensive exhibition whose quality and significance will make it a "destination attraction" for visitors from near and far. The results of more than 65 years of research by University of Tennessee archaeologists form the basis for the exhibition. With the creation of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) in 1933, there arose an immediate concern for the thousands of prehistoric and historic Native American sites that would be inundated by reservoirs along the Tennessee River and its tributaries. In 1934, the University of Tennessee (and the University of Alabama) entered into agreements with TVA to conduct archaeological surveys, investigations, and excavations in the reservoir areas to be impacted, prior to their inundation. From 1934 to 1942, ten reservoirs were constructed on the Tennessee River and its tributaries, and archaeological work was conducted in nine of them Norris, Wheeler, Pickwick, Guntersville, Chickamauga, Watts Bar, Fort Loudoun, Douglas, Cherokee, and Kentucky Reservoirs; no archaeological work was done in Cherokee Reservoir. Hundreds of sites were recorded, and archaeologists from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, exposed and excavated more than 1.5 million square feet of prehistoric and historic Native American occupations.

42. Current Archaeology
Welcome to the Wonderful World of archaeology! This is your gateway to the Worldof archaeology. Current archaeology deals with archaeology in Britain.
Welcome to the Wonderful World of Archaeology!
This is your gateway to the World of archaeology. These are the home pages of Current Archaeology, Britain's leading archaeological magazine, and of its sister magazine, Archaeoworld. If you have an interest in anything to do with archaeology, this is the place to find out about digs, discoveries, the latest news, and all about our magazines. Current Archaeology deals with archaeology in Britain. With its circulation rising strongly to more than 18,000 subscribers, it is now time to launch a sister magazine dealing with world archaeology Current World Archaeology , or Archaeoworld will be launched in the second half of 2003, and will deal with the latest archaeological discoveries from round the world. Several other sites are also housed on this server: Hampstead Heath Barbarism or Civilisation? Egypt - an introduction - all things Selkirk! These pages are maintained by Andrew Selkirk.
Last update:10th March 2003

43. Florida Archaeology Month 2003
Annual March event in tribute to archaeology events, history, studies, sites and research in the state. Includes events by county, poster PDF, archive of past events, and links.
Department of State Menu DEPARTMENT HOME PAGE DIVISIONS Office of Secretary Administrative Services Corporations Cultural Affairs Elections Historical Resources Library and Info. Services Licensing Contact Us Site Map Archaeology Preservation ... Sponsors Events by County ALACHUA BAKER CITRUS COLLIER DADE ESCAMBIA HIGHLANDS LEE LEON MANATEE MARTIN OKALOOSA PINELLAS SARASOTA ST. LUCIE VOLUSIA List All Events Resolution Archives
ABOVE: A Portion of the 2003 Florida Archaeology Month Poster. View the front and back of the poster. Or download a PDF version of the poster. lorida has a diverse history and a prehistory stretching back over 12,000 years. Florida Archaeology Month is a statewide effort to inform the public about the role archaeology plays in understanding the history of many groups of people who have lived on the Florida peninsula. Florida Archaeology Month brings together people of all ages and backgrounds to learn more about the archaeology of our state. View the state resolution or our archive Florida Archaeology Month is coordinated by the Florida Anthropological Society and supported by the Division of Historical Resources, the Florida Department of State, the Secretary of State, the Florida Archaeological Council, Florida State Parks, state and local museums, historical commissions, libraries and public and private school systems.

44. Journal Of Field Archaeology
An international, refereed quarterly published by Boston University. Abstracts of contents of all Category Science Social Sciences archaeology Publications......Welcome to the Journal of Field archaeology home page at Boston University.Click Subscribe! to the Journal of Field archaeology. Volume
Welcome to the Journal of Field Archaeology home page at Boston University . Click on any of the following topics for information. Subscribe! to the Journal of Field Archaeology. Volume 27 Number 4 (Winter 2000) is our upcoming issue, shipping on 06 Aug 2002. We apologize to our subscribers and to our contributors for our production delays. The abstracts for the entire run of Journal of Field Archaeology, Volume 1 (1974) to the present, are now on-line in the Author Index (long, over 300k)
and in the topical indices.
Many thanks to those who keystroked these in over the past five years: Mary Lee Angelini, Trina Arpin, Christine Bedore, Marni Blake, Alexia Smith, and Carol Stein. Thanks also to Grace Ziesing and Roxanne Gentilcore who keystroked the table of contents from earlier issues. 19 Aug 99
New "Guidelines for Contributors" published in Volume 26 Number 1 (Spring 1999) is now on-line. What's New?
What's new
with the JFA Web site? Contents and Abstracts
The upcoming issue is:
Volume 27 Number 4 (Winter 2000)
(bound book date 06 Aug 2002).
Volume 27 Number 3 (Fall 2000)

Volume 27 Number 2 (Summer 2000)

Volume 27 Number 1 (Spring 2000)

Volume 26 Number 4 (Winter 1999)
... Main Author Listing (Long, 300k+) Now contains Volumes 1 (1974) through 26 (2000), Nos. 1, 2 with links to abstracts.

45. FAQ-Career In Archaeology In The U.S.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT A CAREER IN archaeology IN THE US. 4. What are somegeneral introductory books on archaeology? Popular Books on archaeology
Revised April 22, 2002
David L. Carlson
Associate Professor of Anthropology
College Station, TX 77843-4352
HTML version by Erich Schroeder (
Illinois State Museum
Table of Contents
  • What jobs are available for archaeologists? What education and training are required to become a professional archaeologist? What college or university should I go to? What are some general introductory books on archaeology? ... Acknowledgments
  • 1. What jobs are available for archaeologists?
    Professional archaeologists work for universities, colleges, museums, the federal government, state governments, in private companies, and as consultants. They teach, conduct field investigations, analyze artifacts and sites, and publish the results of their research. The minimal educational requirement to work as a field archaeologist is a B.A. or B.S. degree with a major in anthropology or archaeology and previous field experience (usually obtained by spending a summer in an archaeological field school or participating as a volunteer, see question 5). While this is sufficient to work on an archaeological field crew, it is not sufficient to move into supervisory roles. Supervisory positions require a graduate degree, either an M.A./M.S. or a Ph.D. Academic Positions Museum Positions . Museums may be connected with a university or independent. Museum curators conduct research, publish the results, give public presentations, prepare displays, and conserve the museum collections. Museum positions require a graduate degree (M.A./M.S. or Ph.D.). Museum positions are usually full-year appointments.

    46. Ontario Archaeological Society
    Includes information on membership, our history, publications and abstracts from our journal. Presents a summary of the archaeology of Ontario online.
    Ontario Archaeological Society
    Your Pathway to Ontario's Past Home Who? Origins Regional Chapters ... Constitution
    2003 Symposium
    information available soon Public Archaeology Opportunities
    at the 15th Century McGaw Site, Richmond Hill Archaeological Job Opportunity New Publication: Abstracts and downloadable files "Ontario Archaeology" Publications 1950-1969 on CD Available Click here for pictures and details New Ministry Licence Framework for Archaeology Discussion Paper Page last updated: February 1st 2003 A DDRESS
    The Ontario Archaeological Society
    11099 Bathurst Street
    Richmond Hill, Ontario
    The Ontario Archaeological Society
    11099 Bathurst Street
    Richmond Hill, Ontario Phone (905) 787 9851 Fax (905) 787 9852 JOIN OAS-L the Ontario Archaeology Email discussion forum! The OAS-L mailing list was created to act as a broad forum on topics relating to Ontario archaeology. It is open to anyone interested in Ontario archaeology particularly academics, government employees, professional consultants, avocationals and others with amateur interests in Ontario archaeology. The list was set up and is maintained by the Ontario Archaeological Society in order to help facilitate communication among the various participants in Ontario archaeology. The information posted for discussion can include such things as research and excavation news, announcements, news about the consulting community (including government, business, and employer/employee information), and general news and questions about archaeology in Ontario, Canada.

    47. The Prehistoric Archaeology Of The Aegean
    Dartmouth College provides searchable text, galleries of expandable thumbnail photographs and bibliograph Category Science Social Sciences Regional Mediterranean......The Prehistoric archaeology of the Aegean. Chronology, Chronology andTerminology. Environment, Environment. History, History of the Discipline.
    The Prehistoric Archaeology of the Aegean
    Chronology Chronology and Terminology Environment Environment History History of the Discipline Lesson 1 The Southern Greek Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic Sequence at Franchthi Lesson 2 The Neolithic Cultures of Thessaly, Crete, and the Cyclades Lesson 3 The Eutresis and Korakou Cultures of Early Helladic I-II Lesson 4 The Early Cycladic Period Lesson 5 The Early Minoan Period:The Settlements Lesson 6 The Early Minoan Period: The Tombs Lesson 7 Western Anatolia and the Eastern Aegean in the Early Bronze Age Lesson 8 The "Lefkandi I" and Tiryns Cultures of the Early Hellaadic IIB and Early Helladic III Periods Lesson 9 Middle Helladic Greece Lesson 10 Middle Minoan Crete Lesson 11 The First Palaces in the Aegean Lesson 12 Minoan Architecture: The Palaces Lesson 13 Minoan Domestic and Funerary Architecture of the Neopalatial and Post-Palatial Periods Lesson 14 Late Minoan Painting and Other Representational Art: Pottery, Frescoes, Steatite Vases, Ivories, and Bronzes Lesson 15 Minoan Religion Lesson 16 The Shaft Graves Lesson 17 Akrotiri on Thera, the Santorini Volcano and the Middle and Late Cycladic Periods in the Central Aegean Islands

    48. Zone-Tour : Database Of Urban Exploration
    Resources, database, pictures, movies and information for Urban Exploration and Industrial archaeology (primarily in France).




    Disused Building

    Z o n e - T o u r : Database of Urban Exploration W hat is urban exploration?... a way of seeing the city by its hidden and often functional side.
    Technical galleries, attics, construction places, roofs, all those "No Entry" places form a sort of parallel deserted town... or nearly deserted, because the design this silent world can attract many kind of inhabitant of the "other town" (the one where people live, work and consume) and swing them over to the backside of the setting. You can't see them, you can't hear them, but they're there, wandering under the sidewalk or above your head on the roofs or behind one of these doors you never think of knowing if it lead somewhere... ... they did.
    This web-site is there to give you an idea of what they can see !

    49. Alabama Association Of Professional Archaeologists
    A nonprofit organization with the goal of maintaining and promoting the aims of professional archaeology in the State of Alabama. Aims, members, news, links.

    50. Nordic Underwater Archaeology
    Nordic Underwater archaeology. If you like history and scuba diving, this is foryou. What is underwater archaeology? Museums, Societies, Authorities Contacts.
    N ordic Underwater Archaeology
    If you like history and scuba diving, this is for you. Learn about maritime archaeology worldwide, from a north European perspective. Feature Mar-Apr '03: Tybrind Vig Among latest additions: Kublai Khan UW arch in China
    News in the press
    Updated Mar '03.
    What is underwater archaeology?
    Museums Societies
    Projects ... About this site

    51. Biblical Archaeology Society
    The Biblical archaeology Society (BAS) educates the public about archaeology and the Bible through Category Society Religion and Spirituality archaeology......The Biblical archaeology Society publishes Biblical archaeology Review, Bible Review,and archaeology Odyssey, and educates the public about archaeology and

    BAS Message Board

    All the info from our famous "Join a Dig" sections from BAR and AO are available year 'round.
    List of digs

    List your dig

    A talk with the excavators of Memphis

    Saving Sheesh Mahal
    ... Site Map

    52. Archaeopress Opening Page
    Publishers of British Archaeological Reports. Titles covering all areas of archaeology, all periods and most of the world. Works in all major European languages. Catalogue online.
    Welcome! We publish B.A.R. - British Archaeological Reports
    and other archaeological books. Just click on one of the buttons below to go to B.A.R., 3 rd guides or Other Books. Archaeopress
    Gordon House 276 Banbury Road Oxford OX2 7ED England
    tel/fax +44 (0) 1865 311914

    53. AHA Has Moved - Redirecting
    The Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity website has moved to You should automatically be redirected.
    If not, please click the link above

    54. UPM Home: University Of Pennsylvania Museum Of Archaeology And Anthropology
    21st Annual MAYA WEEKEND, focusing on Tikal! All Content © 2002 Universityof Pennsylvania Museum of archaeology and Anthropology.

    55. The History Journals Guide
    A web directory for history and archaeology journals, discussion lists, and periodicals organized by time period, institution, geography, language, and topic.
    WWW-Virtual Library The History Journals Guide
    by Stefan Blaschke
    The History Index First published: 1997-07-28. Last updated: 2003-03-12. The History Journals Guide is cooperating with the , a service that offers a press review of articles dealing with history, published in German, American, British and French newspapers. Introduction
    Read more about the History Journals Guide, about its aims and its scope, about its maintainer and about its history. History Journals News
    The electronical newsletter provides information about journals and mailing lists added to the History Journals Guide, about announcements (e.g. awards, calls for papers), about online articles and online reviews, and about other web resources. Periodicals Directory
    The directory aims to provide up-to-date information about history journals worldwide. At the moment, about 4000 serials are listed without chronological, geographical or topical limitations. Discussion Lists Directory
    The Discussion Lists Directory aims to provide up-to-date information about mailing lists worldwide dealing with history. At the moment, about 780 lists are covered without chronological, geographical or topical limitations. Online Articles Index
    The index aims to provide links to the articles, preprints and working papers published in history e-journals or distributed by mailing lists. At the moment, it covers about 3000 articles.

    56. Landscape Archaeology MA
    MA program in landscape archaeology. The course offers training in the practical and theoretical approaches to landscape archaeology, including prehistoric and historical landscapes, surveying, earthwork surveys, GIS and geophysics.
    MA in Landscape Archaeology One of several MA programmes offered by Bristol, the MA in Landscape Archaeology may be taken as a full-time study (one year) or part-time (two years). In-service students and mature students are particularly welcome. Bristol is located at the gateway to some of the most diverse and interesting landscapes in Britain. Within easy reach of the Department are the uplands of Wales and south-western Britain; the chalk downland of Wessex and the wetland landscapes of the Severn Estuary and Somerset Levels. Two national bodies closely involved with archaeology and the landscape; The Countryside Commission and the Survey Units of English Heritage, have their headquarters close to Bristol. The Department also has close links with The National Trust at Cirencester and the Exmoor National Park Authority. The Department has recently been the recipient of a major Leverhulme Research Grant to investigate the environs of South Cadbury hillfort . Students on the MA course will be encouraged to participate in this project and to assist in the development of new field methodologies. The Master's degree aims to provide a broad-based course which spans both the prehistoric and historic periods. While fieldwork will be concentrated upon the surrounding area of Bristol, the outlook will be international with material drawn from world-wide environments.

    57. Tennessee Archaeology Net
    Includes information on exhibits, digs, volunteer opportunities, societies, laws.
    The Central Information Source for Tennessee Archaeology Sign up for the TNARCH-L Email list
    Use These Quick Links [ New Items ] [ TNARCH in the News ] [ Events and Digs ]
    [ Publications ]
    ... [ N.A. Links ] Or read the more detailed descriptions and information below T.A.N. Update
    From here, you can check the newest and most recently revised items on these web pages, and/or peruse the T.A.N. Index. Tennessee Archaeology in the News
    Updated daily, this page provides links to newspaper articles and other items published on-line about Tennessee Archaeology. Upcoming and Annual Events
    Info on archaeological exhibits, lectures, volunteer opportunities on professional digs, and more. Read about Tennessee Archaeology
    Comprehensive resources on books, articles, and publications on Tennessee Archaeology. Also included is a lengthy listing of archaeological bibliographies available on the Web Organizations To Join.
    Info on Tennessee local and state organizations you can join, classes on archaeology, and regional, and national archaeology organizations. How do I find an Archaeologist?

    58. Archaeology In Arctic North America
    Indepth discussion of arctic archaeology. Introduction, fieldwork, reconstruction, artifact and faunal Category Science Social Sciences Regional North America...... region, archaeological and ethnoarchaeological research here has resulted in importanttheoretical and methodological contributions to archaeology generally.
    Archaeology in Arctic North America

    The Environment

    Doing Fieldwork

    Arctic Small Tool

    Tungatsivvik site
    QkHn-12 site

    Study area
    The fieldwork The excavation ... Video clips The northernmost part of the North American continent has seen some of the most fascinating human adaptations anywhere. These pages provide a glimpse of archaeological research in this region and its results, focusing principally on the Canadian Arctic where I've done the bulk of my research.
    The Arctic Environment
    Doing fieldwork in the Arctic The Archaeological Sequence of the Arctic Recent research in southern Baffin Island ... Quicktime video of Arctic fieldwork Please send mail to with questions or suggestions.

    59. Peabody Museum Of Archaeology And Ethnology
    The Peabody Museum of archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University, founded in 1866 by George Peabody, is one of the oldest museums in the world devoted to anthropology.
    Save on admissions at the Harvard Museums with the Harvard Hot Ticket!

    60. VoS - Voice Of The Shuttle
    A large index of links to various classical history, art, archaeology, language and literature journals, texts, syllabi, forums, and other resources. From the University of California at Santa Barbara.

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