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  1. Journal of European Archaeology: 1994 Spring/Volume 2.1 (Journal of European Archaeology)
  2. Journal of European Archaeology: Autumn 1994 (Journal of European Archaeology, Vol 2, Part 2) by Journal of the European Association of Archaeologists, 1995-07
  3. Invisible People and Processes: Writing Gender and Childhood into European Archaeology
  4. In Search of the Indo-Europeans: Language, Archaeology, and Myth by J. P. Mallory, 1991-04
  5. Excavating Women: A History of Women in European Archaeology by Margarita Diaz-Andreu, Marie Louise Stig Sorensen, 2007-04-16
  6. Living on the Lake in Prehistoric Europe: 150 Years of Lake-Dwelling Research by F. Menotti, 2004-10-12
  7. Cultural Identity and Archaeology: The Construction of European Communities (Theoretical Archaeology Group) by Sian Jones, 1995-12-18
  8. Oxford Archaeological Guides- England by Timothy Darvill, Paul Stamper, et all 2002
  9. The Handbook of British Archaeology (Guides) by Lesley Adkins, Roy A. Adkins, 1998-08
  10. The Archaeology of Improvement in Britain, 1750-1850 (Cambridge Studies in Archaeology) by Sarah Tarlow, 2007-04-30
  11. Encounters And Transformations: The Archaeology of Iberia in Transition (Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology)
  12. How The Celts Came To Britain: Druids, Ancient Skulls And The Birth Of Archaeology (Revealing History) by Michael A. Morse, 2005-03-30
  13. Recent Developments in the Archaeology of the Peak District (Sheffield Archaeological Monographs)
  14. The Land of Lettice Sweetapple: An English Countryside Explored (Tempus History & Archaeology) by Peter Fowler, P. J. Fowler, et all 1998-01

1. Archaeology General Resources
reviewed and annotated resources for archaeology archaeology general Resources Home. Other archaeology Topics is a wonderful place to begin any research about european archaeology. You can
Archaeology General Resources - Home Other Archaeology Topics Africa Archaeoastronomy Asia Australia/Oceania ... Zooarchaeology Agricultural Revolution Large website deals with the process, problems, and benefits of man settling into agricultural villages - illustrated - http:// Alwynne B. Beaudoin - The Dung File - Part 1 - ... "The Dung File consists of a list of references dealing with pollen, parasites, and plant remains in coprolites and latrine fills from archaeological and palaeoenvironmental sites. The focus is on studies in North America." - From the University of Alberta - http:// Ancient Art Gallery Traces from the Past While this is a commercial art sales website dealing with antiquities, you will find excellent graphics and general information. You may want to spend some time here touring through their offerings - illustrated - From Ancient Art Gallery Traces From the Past -

2. ASOR Outreach Links--Archaeology--general
general Search Engines, Indexes and Links. organized by topic and region as well aswell as archaeologyrelated travel Archeonet european archaeology consortium.
Links for Archaeology and Ancient Civilizations General Archaeology and Anthropology Links Site of Qasr al-Qarqur, Jordan
(Photo courtesy of Tafila-Buseyra Archaeological Survey) Menu General Archaeology Nautical Archaeology Unconventional Archaeology Archaeology in Fiction Anthropology ... Outreach Main Page General Archaeology Photo Archives Archaeology Education Resources General Education Resources Teachers K-12 ... Kids Other Archaeology Resources Museums with Archaeology Collections Archaeology Magazines and Publications Archaeological Societies
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***The major scholarly search engine for just about anything on the Ancient Near East maintained by Chuck Jones, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago.
***Outstanding website maintained by Kris Hirst.(Formerly Articles, discussion forums and chat groups, web links, archaeological sites worldwide, specialties, even clip art. Searchable. Highly recommended. See especially Netlinks, an excellent list organized by topic, region, and special subjects.
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  • 4. Anthropology 001 General Honors Introduction To Archaeology
    department's program in anthropology, or archaeology in general. You can also see British Archaeological Association. Journal of european archaeology. Journal of Alabama archaeology
    Anthropology 001
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    Spring 1997 Professor Clark L. Erickson The Gateway of the Sun, Tiwanaku, Bolivia New Stuff!

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    OFFICE: Room 435, University Museum OFFICE HOURS: Thursdays 3:00 - 5:00 pm; I will be available during office hours and after class if you have any questions regarding the course material, the department's program in anthropology, or archaeology in general. You can also see me after class and by appointment if office hours conflict with your schedule. Messages can be left in my mailbox in Department of Anthropology Office or contact me by email. TELEPHONE: 898-2282 (voice); 898-7462 (fax) E-MAIL
    I strongly encourage all the students in the course to obtain an E-mail account and to learn how to use electronic mail for communication with your professors and other students. LECTURE CLASSES: Mondays and Wednesdays 3:00 - 4:30 pm, Room 329, University Museum. REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS: available at the University of Pennsylvania Bookstore, Locust Walk at 38th Street.

    5. European Association Of Archaeologists
    It is part of general editorial policy that all articles submitted for publicationto the european Journal of archaeology go through the peer review process.
    European Journal of Archaeology (EJA)
    The European Journal of Archaeology (EJA) is published three times a year in April, August and December. Members receive all three journals for the year of subscription as part of the membership package, regardless of the time of subscription.
    Aims and Scope
    The EJA (published from 1993 to 1997 as the Journal of European Archaeology , vols 1-5) seeks to promote open debate amongst archaeologists committed to a new idea of Europe in which there is more communication across national frontiers and more interest in interpretation. The journal accepts not only new empirical data and new interpretations of the past but also encourages debate about the role archaeology plays in society, how it should be organized in a changing Europe, and the ethics of archaeological practice. All periods are covered; papers, review articles, interviews and short 'debate' pieces are all sought. For a list of the contents of the 2002 and current 2003 issues go to: For lists of the contents of the 2000-2001 issues go to:

    6. University Of Adelaide
    Australia, offers courses in Bronze and Iron Age and Classical archaeology and Early Mediaeval Europe within the Centre for european Studies and general Linguistics. Staff, course details.

    7. European Association Of Archaeologists
    means that the EAA can address memoranda to the Secretary general, that we to supplyinformation to the CoE about developments in european archaeology and to
    Welcome to the European Association of Archaeologists, the association for all professional archaeologists of Europe and beyond! On this site you can find details of our aims, our activities and publications, and our forthcoming conferences. The main forum for our members to interact is represented by our Annual Meetings . These lively and well-attended conferences, held every September in a different country of Europe, are one of the highlights of the archaeological year. The official language of the EAA is English, but if you have difficulties with English you can communicate with us in any major European language. Click on the membership button for information about how to join. We look forward to meeting you!
    Who are the members? The EAA is a membership-based association open to all archaeologists and other related or interested individuals or bodies. The EAA currently has over 1100 members on its database from 41 countries world-wide working in prehistory, classical, medieval and later archaeology. They include academics, aerial archaeologists, environmental archaeologists, field archaeologists, heritage managers, historians, museum curators, researchers, scientists, teachers, conservators, underwater archaeologists and students of archaeology.
    What are the Aims of the EAA?

    server; The Levant in general and Lebanon in at Rice University; ASSONET UnderwaterArchaeology and Underwater art; VENUS project (Virtual european Network for
    Classical and European Archaeology:

    9. List Of Archaeological Resources Worldwide
    archaeology and to create a network of scholars working with european archaeology. onmodern Egypt, the Middle East in general and archaeology in general.
    Archaeological Resources Worldwide
    Where to look on the Web for information on archaeology beyond the British Isles I. General Guides to Archaeology on the Internet
    • ARCHNET A guide to archaeological/anthropological/museum resources on the Web anywhere in the world. This is the ultimate 'list of lists' which is probably ultimately linked to everything, anywhere, remotely linked to archaeology. You can type in a keyword, or choose a category: regions, subject areas, academic departments, museums, journals and publishers, software. 'Subject Areas' is particularly useful, leading to lists of links related to ceramics, botany, mapping/GIS, and rock art, to name but a few categories. Anthropology Resources on the Internet . Originally known as Allen Lutins' List, this sorts links of anthropological and archaeological interest into similar categories to ArchNet. The Worldwide Email Directory of Anthropologists (WEDA) . A list of people rather than websites, it isn't limited to anthropologists but includes many archaeologists, both professional and avocational. Students are also welcome. The opening page consists of a search form. You can search for a name (or part of a name), institution, geographical region or research interest. I tried two searches: 'Ireland' produced two anthropology departments in Irish universities, an archaeologist, a heritage company and a person of unknown status; 'megalithic' produced a German museum, an American company, a Swedish university and a Spanish museum.

    10. European Archaeology
    reviewed and annotated resources for european archaeology To european archaeology Page 2. Britain now has its own page Eastern Europe France - general Resources - Germany - Iberian Peninsula
    Europe Home To European Archaeology Page 2 Britain now has its own page Other Archaeology Topics Africa Archaeoastronomy Asia Australia/Oceania ... Ireland Albania Archaeology in Albania An excellent web page covering many aspects of Albanian archaeology. You will find links to specialty pages for a dozen research sites as well as news on late finds. You may spend some time here. - illustrated - From Welcome to Albania - Archaeology of Albania Series of articles about Albanian archaeological subjects - photos - http:// Butrint: Late Antiquity in Southern Albania This is a brief overview of archaeological survey work at Butrint. "The classical and Byzantine city of Butrint occupies the top and slopes of a low hill which projects into the Vivari channel and separates the inland lake Butrint from the Adriatic to the east." You will learn some of its history and the results of the survey. - From Dr. John Morland -

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    Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition European Europe is a continent whose boundaries are the Atlantic Ocean in the west, the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Ural Mountains and Ural River in the east, the Caspian Sea, Caucasus mountains and Black Sea in the southeast and the Mediterranean Sea as the southern boundary. With Asia, Europe forms the supercontinent Eurasia: Europe is the western fifth of the Eurasian landmass. In terms of area, Europe is the world's second smallest continent, with an area of 10,400,000 square kilometres (4,000,000 square miles), making it slightly larger than Oceania.
    Click the link for more information. Archaeology Archaeology (or archeology ) is the scientific study of past human cultures through the recovery, documentation and analysis of material remains, including architecture, artifacts, biofacts, human remains, and landscapes. Other subfields of anthropology supplement the findings of archaeology, as do other disciplines. The study of present cultures, using these and other means, is

    12. Bettina Arnold -- European Archaeology Syllabus
    This course presents a survey of european prehistory through the study of archaeological remains from the Paleolithic period until the Roman conquest. european archaeology web sites. Archaeological Resource Guide for Europe. ArchNet WWW Virtual Libraryarchaeology. BUBL Link British archaeology - general
    Anthropology 306
    European Archaeology
    Fall, 2003
    W 5:30-8:10 SAB G28
    Dr. Bettina Arnold
    Office Hours: SAB 229, M 1:30-3:30, T 10-12:00 noon or by appointment: x4583 or x4175
    Textbook: Cunliffe, Barry. The Illustrated History of Prehistory of Europe 2001 ed.
    Reader (Parts I and II): Available at the Ikon Copy Center in the UWM Student Union.
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    ArchNet: WWW Virtual Library-Archaeology
    BUBL Link: British archaeology - general German Archaeology: [UFG Freiburg] The Anthropological Index of the Royal Anthropoloical Institute Course Description: Tests, Quizzes and Take-Home Exercises: Undergraduates
    : Two map quizzes (20%), a midterm exam with take-home essays (30%), a final exam with take-home essays (30%), one group presentation based on supplemental reading (15%), attendance and participation Graduate Students : Two map quizzes midterm and final exams without take-home essays final paper 15-20 pages long (30%), one group presentation based on supplemental reading (15%).

    13. Europe Archaeology Digs Projects Research
    Excellent introduction to marine archaeology in general, and Norway in and itseffects on Swedish archaeology From The european Archaeologist - http isle of man_ wales.htm
    European Archaeology Page 2 - Isle of Man through Wales To European archaeology Page 1 Home Britain now has its own page Other Archaeology Topics Africa Archaeoastronomy Asia Australia/Oceania ... Wales Isle of Man Billown Neolithic Landscape Project... - About archaeology on the Isle of Man in general and the Billown landscape project in particular - photos - From Bournemouth University - http:// Isle of Man Archaeology [Manx Archaeology] "This personal home page deals with archaeology on the Isle of Man." - photos - http:// Top of Page Italy Alezio You will find maps and geophysical reports about the archaeological sites at Alezio, Italy, along with a report on survey finds. - illustrated - From University of Sydney - Anglo- American Project in Pompeii Ongoing archaeology site on Pompeii. - photos - Archaeology of the Forum and Palatine Great study guide about ancient Rome from Furman University. - photos - From Furman University -

    14. Athena Review: Guide To Archaeology On The Internet
    Athena Review. Guide to archaeology on the Internet. Sites on sites. archaeology and history share an attachment to visual evidence, making the web a nearperfect medium for gathering primary information on these subjects. are alphabeticized below in two basic groupings a) general topics; b) links by country Europe (ARGE). A basic starting point for european archaeology. archaeology. Discoverer's Web
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    Guide to Archaeology on the Internet
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    Archaeology and history share an attachment to visual evidence, making the web a near-perfect medium for gathering primary information on these subjects. Whether your aim is casual browsing or methodical research, the combination of graphic images and multitudes of on-line sources and databases provides fruitful grounds for exploration. Sources are alphabeticized below in two basic groupings: a) general topics; b) links by country. (Please note: reorganizing and adding to these pages is an ongoing process: send email with your suggestions for links.
    Anglo-Saxons and Dark Ages:

    15. Powell's Books - Used, New, And Out Of Print
    Featured Titles in archaeologygeneral Page 1 of 82 unpredictable, and often very cold years of modern european history, how this altered climate affected historical events

    16. SAGE Publications - European Journal Of Archaeology
    To a greater extent than any other european archaeological journal, the EJA is anintegral part of the very processes whose influences it archaeology (general).

    17. AREA - Archives Of European Archaeology
    said here is in line with the general history of Of special interest is the way Nordicarchaeology found its but also within the frames of european and more
    Swedish archives

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    Participant institution:
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    Box 200
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    Phone +46 31 773 46 11 E-mail: Principal researcher: Jarl Nordbladh Research theme: This Swedish project, which belongs to the umbrella headline "Nordic Traditions and Archaeology in the Becoming of Scandinavia", is increasingly directed towards a particular field, called The Growth of Archaeology and the Cementing of Nordic Identity. It should be stressed that Denmark, Finland and Norway could be easily included in the same projects and with about the same agenda. In the Scandinavian countries history production was from the Renaissance onwards related to the State and the dynasties. As political changes, mainly the effects of war, formed different territories, the regions belonged to different states at times, or were "lost forever". This resulted sometimes in the moving of parts of state archives, but not so much in the moving of objects. In the perspective of Sweden objects were mainly brought to Sweden, from military campains (e.g. whole libraries) on the continent or in Denmark. Later on, with a slowly developing archaeology, items from the Classical world were imported, both to private collections and to official exhibitions and museums. This is, however, more a question of art history than archaeology. During rather long periods there was a parallellism in the use of ancient history to demonstrate the superior age and supremacy of Denmark -Norway and Sweden, respectively.

    18. AREA - Archives Of European Archaeology
    such institutions as Local Archives, Annexes of the general State Archives State,Municipal and Local Libraries, Foreign Archaeological Schools, Universities
    Documentary projects were undertaken during the second phase of the AREA network (AREA II, December 1999 - October 2000). The unsatisfactory condition of most archaeological archives across Europe, often little known and threatened with neglect, has underscored the urgency of their appropriate documentation. To ensure that these archives are better preserved, valorised and used—by archaeologists, curators, and all those concerned with cultural heritage and management—an extensive uniformly structured database was designed. In the future, it is hoped that this catalogue will contain all the major archival fonds relevant to the history of archaeology. At the present stage of its implementation, however, the database reflects the specific institutional possibilities and research concerns of each of the contributing partners, as briefly indicated below. These specificities should be kept in mind when consulting the Database itself.
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    'Archival resources on the emergence of prehistoric archaeology in Belgium' , Service de Préhistoire, Université de Liège.

    19. European Archaeology
    european archaeology. archaeology, all periods) Bibliography of Amphora StudiesAngloSaxon Art and archaeology general Medieval Bibliography A
    European Archaeology
    Introductory Research at the Knowlton henge complex Stone Age, especially Norway Chloris: a searchable bibliography of the Bronze Age archaeology of mainland Greece and Crete. ... ORB medieval studies references

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    Go to assemblage The Sheffield Graduate Journal of Archaeology

    20. Sheffield Archaeology - General Information
    to gain an understanding of the longterm changes in central european landscapesfrom years of history, and employing a wide range of archaeological techniques

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