Re: interesting archaeological Web sites/entities sought!

Brian Schwimmer (schwimm@CC.UMANITOBA.CA)
Fri, 5 May 1995 09:02:18 -0500

You can try the ARCHNET WWW site from the University of Connecticut,
which has an extensive listing of site according to geographical emphasis:

You might also be interested on a evaluative review of anthropological
scholarship on the internet that I have placed on the University of
Manitoba WWW site:

Also note Alan Lutin's FAQ on

On Wed, 3 May 1995, Hugh W Jarvis

> Hi, all. Sorry for cross-posting. I'm teaching an intro class on
> archaeology this summer and would like to do a three-hour whirlwind
> tour of online archaeology resources. I know of some neat places to
> visit, but I'm sure there are more out there! Could people please
> let me know of them? Please email me and I'll post a list once I
> get a bunch of responses.
> Thanks!
> Hugh
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