World Web - A compendium of Internet sites discussing the
Ancient World. Recently revised and enlarged.
- Virtual Library for Archaeology; this website provides access
to archaeological resources available on the Internet. Information
is categorized by geographic region and subject.
Catalogue - Developed by the Archaeology Data Service. This
catalogue allows fast searching of records such as the National
Excavation Index for England (contributed by RCHME); the Fife,
Shetland, and Strathclyde sections of the National Monuments
Record of Scotland (contributed by RCAHMS); and the Microfilm
Index for England (contributed by RCHME).
Links - Extensive collection of archeology-related links.
Includes African, British Isles, Egyptian, list of publications,
at The Mining Co - The Mining Company's archaeology site
"takes back the Net" providing a sane, user-friendly outlet
for archaeologists to communicate with the general public, and
a resource base for the working archaeologist.
Resource Guide for Europe (ARGE) - Clear and extensive guide
for European archaeology contains the most comprehensive set
of resources for this region. Links can be accessed by country,
by subject, by period, or by a database search.
im Internet - Beautiful collection of archaeology links,
with excellent graphics and photographic images. Maintained
by the Freiburg University (in German). Links ordered by geographic
area and chronologically.
- Extensive collection of archaeology links (in French).
- An exhaustive listing
of just about any archival
and library resource on the Web for just about any historical
- These web pages contain everything you ever wanted to know
about bibliographic data for Britain and Ireland. This includes
information on the scope, aims, background and history of the
BIAB project, along with extensive details of archaeological
serial publications, and contact details of archaeology publishers
and/or editors. You can also search a database which allows
you to search for references to material published from 1695
Archaeology on the Internet, maintained at the University
- An extremely complete classification of useful archaeological
Internet sites, by the Strathclyde University.
guide to UK archaeology online - A new directory of sources
on British archaeology by the Council for British Archaeology.
- European Archaeological Research Project - An online database
for excavation opportunities aiming to contact directly the
universities and the European institutions, which organise excavation
campaigns. In English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and
of archaeological terms.
- the WWW version of
the Internet Resource Guide to Heritage
Conservation, Historic Preservation, and Archaeology
Archaeology Home Page, with an extensive list of links.
Megalithic Map - A very detailed map-based interface to
every stone circle in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales.
Monument Class Descriptions - These data have been produced
over a number of years by the Monuments Protection Program (English
Heritage) to support an evaluation procedure which was designed
as the starting point for defining national importance.
MDA Archaeological Objects Thesaurus - Database of archaeological
objects, by the Museum Documentation Association.
Monuments Record at the RCHME - These records include 2.5
million air photographs providing complete coverage of England
and data on most archaeological sites, excavations and archives
Prehistoric Web Index - Rich and useful database that takes
you straight to images and info on megalithic and prehistoric
sites in the Web
Books - The most complete Internet bookshop: over 2.5 millions
of titles. Exceptional search engine, interesting discount prices
(20-40%), readers' reviews and search service for rare and out
of print books.
Bookshop - Internet shopping with searchable index of hundreds
of books on Archaeology.
T Batsford - Publishers of specialist books on Archaeology,
currently only have the English Heritage and Historic Series.
Bookshop has a huge stock of Archaeology, Architecture and
History volumes, and a mail-order service.
- Online Public Access Catalogue, based at the University of
Manchester, COPAC provides searchers to the online catalogues
of some of the largest university research libraries in UK and
Ireland. Searching is possible using title words, author and
organization names, subject words, date and language.
Hanna's Bookstore - Internet bookshop based in Dublin, Ireland,
with many archaeological titles and a searchable index.
Books - Specialists in books on Archaeology and History
from early Man to the Middle Ages, including Prehistory across
Europe and the Near East. Also covered is the Archaeology of
the Americas, Africa and Asia.
- Publisher with many Archaeology titles and a searchable catalogue
Press - SAR Press publishes an excellent series of books
dealing with archaeology of the American Southwest.
Stationery Office Virtual Bookstore - Suppliers of official
publications, including some RCHME titles.
- Internet site of one of the most famous bookshops in the world:
online catalogue, chat, critics guide, best sellers and a good
selection of Archaeology books.
Stone Magazine - An interesting quarterly journal of archaeology,
folklore and mythology.
Ireland - A new monthly history magazine on the Net about
Ireland. From the Iron Age to the Renaissance.
- Website of the famous archaeological journal.
- An official publication of the Archaeological Institute of
America, Archaeology Magazine Online features its current issue's
TOC, abstracts and selected articles partnered with listings
of archaeology events / museum shows, selected back issues and
staff choices for best archaeological sites on the Web.
Computing Newsletter - Under development at Glasgow University.
- Spanish online magazine about archaeology: meetings, museums,
digs, rock art.
Assemblage - An e-zine on Archaeology providing fun and
Archaeology - The WWW incarnation of the excellent CBA Newsletter.
Archaeology - If you have an interest in anything to do
with British Archaeology, this is the place to find out about
digs, discoveries, latest news, societies, events, or just other
people who share your interests.
Archaeology - A recent bimonthly magazine covering archaeology
around the globe.
Archaeology - The journal of human palaeoecology. By the
Department of Archaeology and Prehistory of the University of
Journal of Archaeology - A new magazine, published three
times a year by SAGE Publications in association with the European
Association of Archaeologists.
Wilson Art Abstracts - This database is now hosted by EDINA
(Edinburgh Data and Information Access). It provides both abstracts
and bibliographic references for a wide variety of archaeological
journals, including: American Journal of Archaeology, American
Antiquity, Antiquity, Archaeologischer Anzeiger, Archaeologia,
Archaeological Journal, Archaeology, Journal of Field Archaeology,
Museum News, Revue Archeologique.
Ley Hunter Journal - The journal of geomancy and earth mysteries,
ancient wisdom, landscapes and sacred sites.
Prehistory Online - This journal publishes a wide range
of high quality applied archaeological articles, focusing on
theoretical, empirical and methodological discussions about
the Mediterranean Basin, which deal with current scientific
topics and debates.
Archaeology - Experimental journal of archaeological theory
at Southampton University.
- A mixture of news, announcements and documents from many archaeological
- The Ancient
Sites Directory - Enjoyable and frequently updated guide
to prehistoric monuments around Great Britain. Details of how
to find them and a useful glossary. By Chris Tweed.
sites in Britain: the "Old Ghosts" - About 30 prehistoric
and megalithic sites of the British Isles with short descriptions
and many photographic images.
Ways - Graphically pleasing guide to the main megalithic
areas of Britain (Avebury, Callanish, Land's End, Stonehenge,
Uffington, Orkney and Peak District). Many great b/w photographs
and extensive descriptions. By Jerry Wellard.
of sites in the British Isles - Clive Ruggles' on-line image
resource for archaeoastronomy.
Pages - Picture database covering megalithic sites all around
the world: Great Britain, Ireland, France, Netherlands, Sweden,
Germany, Portugal, Spain, Malta, Russia, America, Africa and
Asia. By Jan Bily.
- Stone Search - Very interesting website with a database
of over 1200 megalithic sites. Search them by name, area. Latitude
and longitude values are also given for UK sites, for GPS users
and archaeo-astronomers. Complete details of grid reference
and some description and images of the main British megalithic
Prehistoric Ritual Monuments within the British Isles (250
images currently available).
Mysteries - From Orkney to Cornwall, over 100 photographs
and descriptions of the most interesting and picturesque British
standing stones, stone circles and stone rows. By Andy Burnham.
Structures - Stone circles appear to have been constructed
with astronomical considerations in mind. Over the past 9 years,
Tom Bullock has visited, photographed and made measurements
of over 300 stone circles. A short description and photograph
of several of them is included, along with an enjoyable travel
in Western Europe - Some of the best megalithic sites from
Brittany to Greece, including Barnenez, Skara Brae, Tyrins,
Malta and the Nuraghi in Sardinia.
and Megaliths - This site's images represent only a small
degree of the many Neolithic/Bronze Age megalithic monuments
that are spread across the length and breadth of the British
Isles. By Jim Dyson.
standing stones - A site including some good photos of the
Callanish sites (Scotland) and also stones, rows and circles
in the northern part of Ireland.
Ancient Site & Curiosities Page - Pictures and info
about an assorted collection of ancient sites in England, Scotland
and Wales. Many pages still under construction.
stone circle pages - An informal guide to circles in northern
England and Wales, concentrating on high quality pictures and
text detailed enough for the enthusiast. Derbyshire in particular
is covered thoroughly.
other stone circle pages - These pages cover a selection
of about 35 megalithic sites across England, Scotland and Wales.
The emphasis is to bring to the web images and texts about the
more obscure circles and standing stones which few people have
Circles of Britain - Observations on British stone circles,
with good descriptions and a selection of photographic images.
Stones and Stone Circles - Info and photos of 27 megalithic
sites in England (Cumbria, Devon and Derbyshire) and on Angelsey.
By Tim and Helen Prevett.
Stone Circles and Antiquities - Stone circles, standing
stones, henges and Iron Age hillforts are displayed on these
pages, along with images and brief descriptions.
around the Astons - A page maintained by the Astons' Local
History Group. The whole area of high chalk lands from Maidenhead
in the east to Avebury and further in the west is scattered
with the evidence of man's habitation in the region from prehistoric
times. There are numerous sites from Neolithic, Bronze Age,
Iron Age; on these pages there are descriptions of the Iron
Age hill fort on Blewburton Hill and the Bell barrow.
Neolithic Landscape Project - This project began in 1995
following the discovery of pits, postholes and gulleys containing
early and middle Neolithic pottery and flintwork within an area
of land identified for stone quarrying. The rationale of the
project involves a rescue excavation of an extensive site prior
to its destruction by quarrying and a research into the evolution
of a tract of land during the later Mesolithic through to the
later Bronze Age.
Britannia. Earth mysteries - Info and links on some English
megalithic sites, ley lines and other earth mysteries.
Stone Circles - B/w images of stone circles in Cornwall,
Cumbria, Derbyshire, Devon, Lancashire and Wiltshire. By Stephen
Bronze Age Burnt mound at Watermead Country Park - Complete
description of the excavations undertaken in 1996 at Birstall
Archaeology Group - The Caradon District covers an area
of East Cornwall (England) that is exceptionally rich in archaeological
remains. It includes an area of Bodmin Moor known as the Minions
Area Heritage Project which has stone circles hill top enclosures
and numerous burial mounds in a very small area. Basic descriptions
and a few photos.
Ring Hillfort - The historic village of Findon, West Sussex.
What to see, including the Cissbury Ring hillfort. Where to
stay. Local pubs. Local shops & businesses.
Cotswolds - Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Age sites with descriptions
and some photographs.
Chase - A summary of sites discovered via aerial photography
in North Dorset: Whitey Top Farm, Pentridge (geophysical survey
over a probable Neolithic mortuary enclosure and long barrow),
the Handley Down enclosure, Sixpenny Handley (geophysical, contour
surveys and excavation over a probable early Neolithic enclosure),
Goldfields Farm, Sixpenny Handley (geophysical survey over a
Bronze Age to Romano-British settlement) and Down Farm, Gussage
St Michael (geophysical survey over an enclosure noted on aerial
photographs of 1955).
Cumbria: Circles and Cairns - From Banniside to White Hag,
a large number of Cumbrian stone circles and cairns.
Cumbria History - Info and photographs of some well-known
megalithic sites of Cumbria, including Mayburgh henge, Castlerigg
and Long Meg stone circles.
The Cumbria Stone Circles Site - Some well-known Cumbrian
megalithic sites as Grey Croft, Swinside and Long Meg stone
circles. By Justin Grammer.
Aerial Pictures - Aerial pictures including the Cerne Abbas
Giant, Maiden Castle, Badbury Rings (ancient hillfort), Chalbury
Hillfort (local history from prehistoric period), Eggardon Hill
(Iron Age hillfort near Bridport) and Poundbury Hillfort (Iron
Edge Archaeology Project - The site is based around a long
term landscape and excavation project at Gardom's Edge, near
Baslow in the Peak District. So far the website contains background
info, previous year's research, an upto date site diary from
this year's excavations, and some Quicktime VR panoramas of
the landcsape and excavations.
Mysteries: Megalithic Sites and Mounds - Interesting pages
on megalithic sites in England. By Chris Whitcombe.
figure site - Scattered throughout southern England are
currently some 38 hill figures cut into the abundant chalk downlands,
the most famous of these is the White Horse of Uffington on
the Berkshire downs. On this website you can find good images
and extensive info on all these sites.
Wiltshire - Info on the many beauties of Wiltshire, including
Stonehenge, Avebury and a thoroughful description of White horses
Lewis - Photography - Evocative black and white images of
some well-known British megalithic monuments: Merrivale, Avebury,
- Research at the Knowlton
Henge complex - Over the past three years Bournemouth University
has carried out a program of field survey and excavation at
Knowlton Circles in North Dorset. The purpose of this web page
is to provide an introduction to the monument complex at Knowlton,
and to provide an outline of the results so far obtained.
- Exploring Yorkshire's Bronze Age Rock Carvings - A website
exploring Neolithic and Bronze Age rock carvings (often referred
to as cup-and-ring marks) in Yorkshire (England). These pages
have been created to highlight some 13 sites in the North Yorkshire
Circles & Rows (a dowser's perspective) - The site provides
photographs of 26 ancient stone monuments in Cornwall (England)
and what was discovered by dowsing them and the surrounding
area. With diagrams.
Friends of the Rollright Stones - Fact, fable and fantasy
about the only stone circle in the Cotswolds.
Bronze Age site - The large Bronze Age site at the Eastbourne
Park on Shinewater Marsh was discovered in 1995. The site is
over 2500 years old and dates to the late Bronze Age. The waterlogged
ground has preserved wooden remains that would normally have
rotted away. This allows archaeologists more opportunity to
find out about the past. Info and images on objects found and
Standing Stones of Dartmoor - In the Moondragon website,
a section is devoted to the beautiful stone monuments on Dartmoor.
Drew Primary School - This is Stanton Drew Primary School's
website which provides information about the village and the
stone circles. It is written by the staff and children.
& Co's Pages - Family web presence with photographic
record of ancient sites visited: 36 English monuments and 12
Scottish sites. Interesting APS wide photos.
circles of England - Written by M. Turford and an exclusive
to Mystical World Wide Web. Detailing all the stone circle sites
in England with basic info.
- Website of the Seriously Retro - A few pictures and text
concerned with prehistoric monuments of Yorkshire.
VR- Virtual Reality model (PC/Windows only) of Stonehenge
and its environment to illustrate English Heritage plans to
create the greatest prehistoric monumental park in the world.
Complete Stonehenge - While not a very extensive site compared
to some, this site has proved helpful to a growing number of
people, and does offer some nice graphics and links. Unusual
features: the 'Why I'm obsessed' page, as well as the page of
poetry about Stonehenge.
- Two trackways located on the Humber foreshore south of Melton
in East Yorkshire (England) are now on line as part of the Humber
Wetlands Project. The site includes information about the discovery,
the recent excavations and the interpretations of the two trackways
and contains a number of photographs of them under excavation.
Fieldtrip to Salisbury Plain - Complete map linked to dozens
of text-only descriptions of archaeological sites, by the University
of Southampton Department of Archaeology.
Wicker Screen - History Home Page - A review of some of
Wessex ancient sites. It covers various sites, from the world
famous Stonehenge to the virtually unknown henges of Knowlton.
By Phil Dunn.
Neolithic Enclosures - Bournemouth University has conducted
a program of research and fieldwork reassessing the Neolithic
and Bronze Age of the Sussex chalklands. The purpose of this
web page is to introduce the second of the field research projects
at Wolstonbury Hill in West Sussex, and to provide a brief summary
of the results obtained so far.
www.stonehenge-avebury.net - Lots of useful information
on Stonehenge and Avebury: from opening times and guided tours
to the latest research news and interesting books on these famous
Alba - Some standing stones and cairns of Scotland.
Scotland - Lots of details and many photographs of sites
in Orkney, Kilmartin and the Hebrides. By Martin McCarthy.
at Gallifrey - Photos and words describing an archaeological
excavation of fallen stones in a double row of stones at Ardnacross
(Isle of Mull, Scotland).
Neolithic enclosures - Excavations in 1984-85 at Bannockburn,
Stirlingshire (Scotland), revealed some post-defined enclosures
dated to the mid fourth to early third millennium BC. On these
web pages there is a complete discussion of the excavations
and some images.
and Stenness on the Web - Some pictures and discussion of
two famous stone circles on the Orkney Islands.
Buchan stone circles - The Buchan recumbent stone circles
are set apart from the rest of the corpus of similar relics
by the occurrence of a bank of small stones forming a circle
in which the uprights are set. This feature can be observed
in all the seven sites listed on these pages.
(Calanais) Visitor Centre - One of the best prehistoric
Scottish sites, on the Isle of Lewis (Outer Hebrides).
Dig - Since its discovery in May 1998, when a tractor broke
through the roof of a stone built chamber under a field at Crantit
Farm in Orkney, this apparently undisturbed neolithic tomb has
promised the answers to many questions about Neolithic times.
The excavation of this amazing discovery is being undertaken
by Glasgow University for Historic Scotland and you will be
able to follow the progress on these pages as it occurs.
Dark Isle - Stone Circles & Cairns - This website contains
information and pictures on about a dozen of stone circles,
cairns and henges in Scotland.
Home Page - Info and images on Scottish and Orcadian megalithic
sites, including Skara Brae, the best preserved Neolithic settlement
in Western Europe. By Andy Nicol.
Gerald Ponting, Tour Guide, Lecturer, Writer, Photographer
- Several pages relating to researches carried out at Callanish,
Isle of Lewis (Scotland), including a full description and history
of the site.
The Grotto's Photo Gallery - This website currently contains
a few photographs of Scottish megalithic sites, including Gurness,
Stenness, Brodgar and Skara Brae.
House Trust - Kilmartin House Trust is establishing a pioneering
centre for Archaeology: to inform visitors of all there is to
see and enjoy; to look at links between people and their environment;
to help interpret the landscape; to search for clues to the
beginnings of Scottish culture. Map guide and pictures of many
megalithic sites in the Kilmartin Valley.
cam-page at Maes Howe - A camera positioned at Maes Howe
tomb (Orkney, Scotland) that will broadcast winter solstice
sunset. By Victor Reijs.
- The aim of the Arcane Technologies megaliths website is to
document all the Scottish megalithic sites. Good photographs
and useful info. By Alligator Descartes.
and Pictish Sites of North East of Scotland - Pictures and
descriptions of 19 stone circles, 10 standing stones and some
Pictish carved stones of the North East of Scotland.
- A splendid and very interesting site detailing various aspects
of Orkney history, tradition, folklore and scenery. By Sigurd
pile of old stones - An amateur guide to a few of the recumbent
stone circles and Pictish symbols stones in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Includes photos and realistic directions on reaching the six
sites described here. Funny & useful remarks under the 'Lindsey's
Rampant Scotland Directory - A directory of websites on
archaeology in Scotland.
Recumbent Stone Circles of North East Scotland - This site
is dedicated to listing, describing and locating the recumbent
stone circles of North East Scotland. Included is a description
of 9 sites with pictures and info on how to get there.
stones - Gallery of five megaliths of Scotland: Drumtroddan,
CairnHoly I and II, Torhousekie I and II. By Pat O'Halloran.
stones and ancient monuments in Scotland - In-depth info
on standing stones and other ancient monuments in the Scottish
Highlands and Islands with excellent links and photos, some
of which can be sent as free electronic postcards via the Web.
By Joanne Mackenzie-Winters.
of Wonder - Extremely detailed and comprehensive Web guidebook
to megalithic sites in Scotland that have astronomical orientations.
By Robert Pollack. There is a listing of the monuments which
can be visited, and the best time of year to see them and observe
for yourself sunrises, sunsets, moon rises and moon sets. His
work is based on original surveys.
Tait's Website - Charles Tait is an Orkney based photographer
who specialises in landscapes, seascapes, archaeology, nature,
wildlife and who runs an extensive photo library which covers
some of the most beautiful megalithic sites of Scotland.
Barnhouse - Reconstruction of a Neolithic dwelling excavated
at Barnhouse, Orkney. It explores some recent archaeological
theoretical trends through a virtual-reality reconstruction.
visit to Bonnie Scotland - This page is dedicated to Scotland
and its beauty. Some images on famous megalithic sites: Clava,
Maes Howe, Brodgar and Stenness.
To The Past - A descriptive gazetteer of about 10 prehistoric
sites, concentrating on northern Scotland. With some photos,
notes on the sites and how to reach them and a personal perspective.
in the Isle of Man - A photo gallery, with links to more
detailed descriptions, of stone circles in the Isle of Man (United
Kingdom). Also featuring ancient burial sites and an extensive
list of archaeological sites on the island.
CPAT - Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust - One of the four
Welsh Archaeological Trusts working to help protect, record
and interpret all aspects of the historic landscape. Education
and work projects, archaeological services, useful links to
in Jersey - Some pictures and drawings of megalithic sites
on Jersey: Le Couperon, La Table des Marthes, La Pouquelaye
de Faldouet, La Ville ès Nouaux, Le Dolmen de Mont Ubé.
With no descriptions.
- On this page you can find some ancient sites and Sheela Na
Gigs in the UK, especially in the South Wales area.
Neolithic and Bronze Age Wales - An interesting survey on
chamber burials, cairns, stone settings, etc. in Wales. By Herbert
sites in the Irish landscape - A dozen Irish megalithic
sites with photos and descriptions.
at Navan - Web page dedicated to Navan Fort: Northern Ireland's
most important prehistoric monument. By the late Bronze Age,
a major complex of sites had begun to develop at Navan; roundhouses
and compounds, a ritual pool and a hillfort known as Haughey's
Fort. The discovery of a barbary ape skull at Navan Fort suggests
that it may well have served as the seat of a local chief during
the late Bronze Age or early Iron Age.
A Brief Guide to Irish Archaeological Sites - This page
is intended as a brief intorduction to some of the many types
of archaeological monuments which can be seen in Ireland: wedge
tombs, enclosures, barrows, cairns, stone circles, souterrains,
fulachta fiadh and many others.
Hill dolmen - A photograph and information about this Irish
dolmen. By John Byrne, Carlow RTC.
Carrick East dolmen - These stones stand just two miles
outside the town of Limavady (Ireland). With a splendid view
of the distant Sperrin mountains, they have been resting here
in undisturbed magnificence for thousands of years. On these
web pages there is also a complete description of the excavation
carried in 1936.
Doon Archaeological Trail - An inland promontory fort on
Lough Carra (Co. Mayo), with sites from late Bronze Age, enclosed
in a spectacular landscape of mountain, lake and woodland.
Dungarvan Museum Society - On the website of the Dungarvan
Museum Society (Co. Waterford), a page is devoted to the local
megalithic monuments. Info on the court cairn at Ballinamona
Fiadh - Burnt mounds (fulachta fiadh) were an integral part
of the prehistoric landscape in Ireland. They form the biggest
number of a single prehistoric monument in Ireland and over
the years have generated much interest in the archaeological
world. Yet the purpose of them is still unclear even though
major studies have been conducted. There are three main theories
and they are all discussed here.
na Caillí - Pics and info on the stone mound Sliabh
na Caillí, in Ireland. By Ceridwen Keeley.
Atlantis - Information on the ancient chambered cairns (also
known as passage graves) of Ireland, based in the Lough Arrow
region. Including images and info on other sites: the Caves
of Kesh, Carrowkeel, Knocknarea, Carrowmore, Heapstown and Loughcrew.
- Su Nuraxi - Extensive information on Sardinia's most famous
nuraghe with images and animations. An analysis is carried out
of the periods preceeding the Nuragic age and of similiar monuments
both in Sardinia as well as in the Mediterranean basin.
e Menhir di Giurdignano - Itinerary comprising several megalithic
sites in southern Italy. In Italian.
Is Cirquittus - Webpage on the stone circle of Is Cirquittus,
in Sardinia. By the Department of Archaeoastronomy of the Astronomical
Centre of Cagliari. In Italian.
di Pietra - Some megalithic sites of the Salento peninsula
(Italy): dolmens and menhirs (standing stones). In Italian.
Pietre/Stones - A brilliant Italian photographer has recorded
all the megalithic sites of Apulia (Italy) in a book. Lots of
info, beautiful photos and don't worry: the website is in English!
By Toti Calò.
of Lunigiana (Tuscany, Italy) - An incredibly well-made
virtual museum about these peculiar prehistoric carved stones.
By Gruppo Archeologico Pisano.
and protohistory in Liguria - An extensive photo collection
(150 objects and sites), a detailed historical presentation
and an analitic index on Prehistory and Protohistory in Liguria
funerari nel mondo prenuragico - Many interesting details
about prehistoric/megalithic sites in Sardinia (Italy): neolithic
tombs of Cuccuru s'Arriu, Anghelu Ruju's Domus de Janas, Li
Mori's necropolis, an Eneolithic tomb near Oristano, some Eneolithic
burials near Cagliari and a study about the Eneolithic culture
of Monte Claro. By the students and the teachers of the Liceo
Scientifico L.B. Alberti. In Italian.
Sa Coveccada - Webpage on the beautiful dolmen of Sa Coveccada,
in Sardinia. By the Department of Archaeoastronomy of the Astronomical
Centre of Cagliari. In Italian.
du Bronze de la region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
- Rock art discussed on the site is about south-east France's
Bronze Age. In French.
des dolmens de la Siagne - Descriptions of five dolmens
of Alpes-Maritimes (France): Dolmen de la Verdoline, Dolmen
des Puades, Dolmen et Tombe en blocs de Mauvans Sud, Dolmen
menhirs & cromlechs - Three beautiful photographs of
the dolmens of Toucou, Costa-Caouda and Pouget, in the Herault
region. By Frédéric Daniau. In French.
du Morbihan - Beautiful site about the megalithic paradise
of Brittany (France). Very well designed, splendid pictures,
lots of useful info and a little megalithic dictionary. By Miranda
village d'Ariège: Le Mas d'Azil - Le Mas d'Azil is
a little French village. On its outskirts there are four megalithic
monuments: Dolmen du Cap del Pouech, Dolmen de Bidot, Dolmen
de Brillaut and the Dolmen de Couminge. Photos and short descriptions
of these prehistoric sites. In French.
de Lanvaux - Some megalithic monuments of Brittany: dolmens,
standing stones, allées couvertes, with photos. In French.
The megaliths of Carnac - Alignments, stone circles, standing
stones, etc. of the the extraordinary Carnac area in Brittany.
By Vicky Sherwood.
Pagans' wall - Mont Ste. Odile - Visit of the biggest cyclopic
wall (Pagans' Wall) of Europe, the secrets of megalithic cup-rocks,
megaliths in Eastern France and the sanctuary of the neolithic
goddess on Mont Ste. Odile (Alsace). With photographs and text
both in English and German.
Megalithic Pages - Very good guide of dolmens, menhirs (standing
stones) of Spain. About 40 sites with descriptions, photographs
and old drawings. In Spanish.
Balearic Prehistoric Archaeology - An active research and
excavational programme in the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca
for the last 40 years. They are organizing the 'Islands in Prehistory
dolmen de Antelas - Description of the excavation, the structure,
the rock paintings (direct dated 3625-3140 BC) and the ritual
uses of a magnificent Portuguese dolmen. In Portuguese.
e mámoa de Chan da Arquiña - Semi-interred
Spanish dolmen, in a park. In Spanish.
en Barcarrota - Description, drawings and maps of Barcarrota's
dolmens. In Spanish.
al monumento megalitico de Dombate - A complete archaeological
introduction (and something more) on a Spanish megalithic monument
with pictographs and petroglyphs. By José M. Bello Dieguez.
megalitic a l'Albera (Capmany-Agullana) - Description of
a walk and a visit to four megaliths in Catalonia (Spain): Pedra
del Sacrificis, Barraca del Lladre, Menhir del Quer Afumat and
Dolmen del Quer Afumat. With maps, photos and educational activities.
in Mallorca - Bronze Age constructions and walled villages
in the isle of Mallorca.
Talaiots y Taules - Short descriptions and some photographs
of megalithic monuments of Menorca (Spain). In Spanish.
megalitismo na Beira Alta - Extensive decscription of the
megalithic monuments of Beira Alta (Portugal). In Portuguese.
- Megaliths of Menorca - Photos of megalithic sites, taulas
and talaiots of Menorca with descriptions both in English and
Portogallo. Tracce del passato - An excerpt on megaliths
taken from an article on Portuguese archaeology. By Vincenzo
Fusco, in Italian.
La ruta de los dolmenes - Valencia de Alcantara is an important
megalithic area of Spain. In this website you can find the description
of three itineraries between dolmens with photos and directions
on how to get there. In Spanish.
Anundshög - Webpage dedicated to one of the most interesting
ancient sites in Sweden. Well preserved stone ships, a burial
mound and a rune stone.
and Prehistory on Malta - Many good photographs.
Archeoastronomiecké otaznÍky - Standing stones
and other stone monuments of Czech Republic. In Czech.
Archaeology - In July 1993, Dr. Ruth Tringham and colleagues
started the preliminary reconnaissance of a multi-period (Bronze
Age/Eneolithic/Neolithic) settlement in Northern Bulgaria. Description
of the digs with some photographs.
- Magickeskite megaliti na drevna Bulgaria - Apparently
a description of some 49 standing stones which are forming patterns
in Bulgaria. In Bulgarian.
in Denmark - A collection of high resolution photographs.
in the Netherlands - Extensive Dutch passage-graves (hunebedden)
and dolmens guide, with many photographs and an active map.
Full reports both in English and Dutch of all existing 54 hunebedden
in Holland. By Hans Meijer.
stones and crawling through rituals - This page deals with
the holed stones in Europe. Including sites and rituals from
Germany, Austria, Great Britain, Ireland and other areas. Photos,
info, motivations/effects and suggestions for further reading.
of sites in continental Europe, including northern France,
Bulgaria, Romania, Mallorca. By Clive Ruggles
Malta Homepage - Some info about the island's prehistory
tomb at Roussa - Photo and description of a megalithic dolmen
built of five large stone slabs, near Roussa (Greece).
Megaliths in Belgium - Photos, location maps and some info
on several megalithic sites in Belgium.
- Very interesting pages about megaliths of Slovakia. Extensive
and detailed list of 23 sites, some photos. In Slovak.
Temples of Malta - The prehistoric temples of Malta are
unique in the world. They are the oldest standing stone structures
which remain to us from ancient times. Photo tours of four of
the main Maltese sites, with plans and photographs.
in Germany - Descriptions, maps and images of some controversial
cairns, in South-West Germany. One of those cairns is depicted
by the author as 'The highest stone-stepped pyramid of the continent'.
On these pages is an appeal for support to organize a professional
excavation of the site.
Alligator Mound: A Hopewell Effigy - The Alligator Mound
is a 210 feet (64 metres) long effigy mound in Ohio (USA). Most
archaeologists agree that this mound was constructed during
the Middle Woodland period (100 BC- 400 AD) by the Hopewell
culture. For years it laid relatively isolated and almost forgotten.
The area features many geometric earthworks designed on astronomical
- Prehistoric archaeological sites of the American Southwest
(Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico). By Greg Bondar.
art of Korea - Extraordinary website devoted to the prehistoric
monuments of Korea. Including 17 dolmens, 5 menhirs (standing
stones), barrows and stone rows. With images, maps and descriptions.
By Byon Kwang-Hyon.
du Fujairah - Description of the spectacular Bitnah tomb
(in the United Arab Emirates), dug in the late Eighties by the
Groupe de Recherches en Archéologie Préhistorique
(a division of the Anthropology Department of Geneva University).
Çatalhöyük - Information about the activities
of the research being conducted at the Neolithic site of Çatalhöyük
of Hy-Brazil - Web page about some huge and almost unknown
megalithic sites in Southern America. Also a couple of b/w stone
sites in West New Guinea and Caroline Islands. By an independent
researcher, Arthur Franco.
North Salem Dolmen - The largest supposed Celtiberian dolmen
yet discovered in North America, located at North Salem, New
Prehistoric Megaliths in the Western Caucasus - A long-term
project on a group of dolmens in the Caucasus, administered
by the Institute for Study of Material Culture History of the
Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg, Russia).
circles of the Gambia - Web page dedicated to the very little
known but extremely interesting stone circles in Gambia, Africa.
By Momodou Camara.
naskalna Uzbekistanu - Petroglyphs pictures from central Asia
(Uzbekistan). In Polish.
Megaliths - A paper attempting to provide an anthropological
and demographic hypothesis for the study of megalithic burial
practices in the Vidarbha region (India).
- Web pages covering a number of petroform sites in in the Kawartha
region of Ontario, Canada. Their prehistoric origin is controversial.
ASLaN - The Ancient Sacred Landscape Network is a diverse
collection of groups that have come together to promote the
idea that the conservation of and access to sacred sites are
both compatible and desirable. Have a look at its charter.
Valley Archaeoastronomy Association - ARSAV is a non-profit
association whose aim is to widen and spread the knowledge concerning
Aosta Valley and Italian archaeoastronomy. To this purpose various
attivities of research, updating and diffusion, lectures and
meetings are organized. With some images and info on the prehistoric
sites of the region.
Bournemouth University: the Archaeological Group - Courses,
research programs, fieldwork, events and publications of one
of the largest communities of academic archaeologists in southern
Archaeological Association - This page provides details
of the activities of the Association and contacts you should
wish to inquire further. Details of the 1998 summer conference
have been retained so viewers can appreciate what occurs on
one of these meetings.
for Archaeoastronomy - Founded in 1978 at the University
of Maryland to advance research, education and public awareness
Archaeological Society - Founded in 1849, it is one of the
oldest societies of its kind in UK. Its program of lectures,
fieldwork projects, activities, excursions and 150th anniversary
for British Archaeology
for Scottish Archaeology
Heritage archaeology division - The English Heritage's division
that provides archaeological expertise and advice to the organization.
Society - It is a 20 year old organization dedicated to
investigating, protecting and preserving megalithic structures
in southern New England.
Lincolnshire and Archaeological Project Services
Scotland - It safeguards Scotland's built heritage by scheduling
monuments of national importance and by listing historic buildings
of special architectural or historic interest. Historic Scotland
has more than 300 properties in its care and welcomes around
2.9 million visitors each year to over 70 properties where admission
of Field Archaeologists - The IFA is a professional organization
for archaeologists. This website provides valuable information
for professional archaeologists, users and providers of archaeological
services, and students studying archaeology and related disciplines.
Heritage Council - The Heritage Council is advised on archaeological
matters by the statutory Archaeology Committee. It grant-aids
a number of archaeological research projects. The Council is
also asked to comment on a wide range of issues ranging from
the Boyne Valley Integrated Development Plan to the Licensing
of Archaeological Excavations.
National Heritage Park, Wexford - The purpose of the Irish
National Heritage Park is to let you see how people lived, worshipped
and buried their dead, at different periods in history. This
has been accomplished by constructing full-scale reconstructions
of the types of homesteads, places of ritual of worship, burial
modes, and other, long forgotten, remains of a past stretching
back around 9,000 years. On their website there are sections
devoted to Stone Age, Bronze Age and Celtic/early Christian
- Museum Documentation Association On-line - The lead body
in the UK for museum information management, supported in its
work by the Museums & Galleries Commission, and the respective
Museum Councils in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Trust - Founded in 1895 and covering England, Wales and
Northern Ireland, the National Trust is an independant organization.
The Trust is promoting the permanent preservation of areas of
beauty or historical interest. There are estimated to be more
than 40,000 sites of archaeological interest in the Trust's
Trust for Scotland - The NTS is promoting the preservation
of places of historic and architectural interest or natural
beauty. The Trust's archaeologist maintains a Sites and Monuments
Record, and runs various archaeological projects, some of which
require volunteer help.
Studies Group - A loose-knit collectivity of archaeologists,
mainly from Britain and the Atlantic seaboard countries of the
European Union, with an interest in the Neolithic period.
Archaeological Trust - Founded in 1996 to provide the Islands
with the Archaeological Service its magnificent ancient monuments
deserve. It acts as a focus for professional an educational
research into these sites and monuments. With images and info
on selected sites: Skara Brae, Brodgar, Knap of Howar, Maeshowe,
Stones of Stenness, Dwarfie Stane and Unstan.
England Antiquities Research Association - The NEARA is
a non-profit association dedicated to a better understanding
of American historic and prehistoric past through the study
and preservation of New England's stone sites in their cultural
context. Including an online magazine and the description of
some megalithic and ceremonial sites in New England.
Society - The Prehistoric Society is the only archaeological
society in the British Isles devoted exclusively to the study
of prehistory. Originally founded in 1908 by enthusiastic amateurs,
the Society caters for both professional archaeologists and
members of the general public. Its activities are open to all
members alike (many such events are included in the subscription
rate), and include lectures, weekend conferences, regular archaeological
tours in Britain and overseas. The Society also supports some
half dozen research projects each year.
- An independent charitable organization with no ties to government
or to any other public body, RESCUE acts to promote archaeology's
interests in Britain.
- Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England and
the National Monuments Record.
- Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of
- Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of
Wales. On this website you can find what RCHMW is and what it
do, the National Monuments Record of Wales, information on current
projects and useful web links.
of American Research - The archaeology branch of the School
of American Research maintains the permanent archaeology collections
for researchers, and supports archaeology through the advanced
seminar, publication, and resident scholar programs.
- The Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network is a Millennium
Project to build a networked multimedia resource base for the
study, teaching and appreciation of history and material culture
in Scotland. Currently the SCRAN resource base contains about
60,000 text records of objects from over 30 museums, galleries
and archives. A few hundred of these records are attached to
images. By the Millennium there are plans to grow to 1.5 million
text records and 100,000 multimedia objects, including movies,
sound clips and VR.
For American Archaeology - An international organization
dedicated to the research, interpretation and protection of
the archaeological heritage of the Americas.
College Dublin - Department of archaeology - The teaching
staff of the Department are active in many areas of archaeological
research including the art and architecture of megalithic tombs,
prehistoric landscapes, stone axe petrology, metalwork and burial
ritual of the insular early Bronze Age, the Iron Age and its
insular and European contexts.
Yorkshire Archaeology Service - Website full of details
concerning all aspects of work undertaken by the foremost archaeological
unit in the North of England.
Anasazi Almanac - Information and maps about some ancient
solar eclipses that touched a section of the Colorado plateau
from 300 AD to 1300 AD. Mentions an interpretation of rock art
at Chaco Canyon as a solar eclipse.
- Up to the minute chronometric almanac of equinoxes, solstices
and cross quarter dates with informative animation of these
Archeoastronomia - Webpages on archaeoastronomy, megalithic
monuments, petroglyphs and calendars by the Brera Astronomic
Observatory and the Department of Physics of the University
of Milan (Italy). In Italian.
prehistory park - Welcome to Archaeolink prehistory park
at Oyne, Aberdeenshire (Scotland). A fascinating new visitor
experience in the heart of ancient Aberdeenshire. Beautiful
graphics, good info on the park and related subjects, a few
Jobs and People Finder - For everyone involved in Archaeology,
History and related disciplines looking for jobs and contracts
(e.g. volunteer places on digs, teaching posts etc.); needing
staff for a project or a permanent position (job and project
vacancies); requiring specialist services (e.g. geophysical
surveying, archaeological illustration etc.).
et Gobelets - Swiss association for the diffusion of knowledge
and research about the Campaniforme. With good bibliographic
references online and links.
a key to prehistory - A website devoted to Archaeogeodesy:
a methodology for investigating the placements, interrelationships,
spatial properties, arrangements and architecture of prehistoric
sites and monuments.
and Development - Archaeologists campaigning for the environment
- An informal collective of campaigners dedicated to fighting
developments that are systematically destroying our heritage,
from ancient sites and landscapes, to monuments and battlefields.
British Bronze Age - Extensive description of the Bronze
Age in the British Isles, including cronology, settlement sites,
economy, rituals and burials.
Bronze Age in the Netherlands - All about the Bronze Age
in the Netherlands, including pictures, drawings, books, activities
in the prehistoric open air museum, Eindhoven (NL) and the first
metals in history.
Age multilingual glossary - A multilingual (Romanian/French/English)
glossary of archaeological terminology. Project of the Council
Archaeology Research Expedition - In previous years teams
led by Dr. Carleton Jones discovered numerous megalithic tombs
and contemporary farmsteads, and in 1998 began the excavation
of a court tomb first recorded in 1994. Volunteers will be working
in an area of County Clare, western Ireland, known as the Burren,
and this year they will continue the excavation of the tomb.
Ancient Farm - Frequently known as the Iron Age Farm: is
a replica of the sort of farm which would have existed in the
British Iron Age circa 300 BC.
Arts and Cultures - A superbly documented website. It is
full of images (including 15 about Bronze Age Europe) and data
that will prove useful for anyone interested in Celtic peoples.
- Computer Applications in Archaeology.
La Fortification - Pictures and explanation of fortification
from ancient times to 19th century, including the Scottish brochs
and other ancient fortifications. In French.
Denmark Iron Age Village - A reconstructed ancient environment
built according to findings from archaeological excavations.
Nogier. Histoire et archeologie en Correze In French.
Program - A state-sponsored archaeological research program,
based in Dublin.
Walls and Fields - Drystone walls, and the boundaries which
they define, are relics of human activity in the landscape.
Some of these boundaries are prehistoric in origin, having survived
through the ages either due to later disuse and isolation, or
continuing use and adaptation by successive generations. This
article examines the evidence for this, together with how field
systems have been adapted through the ages, and some examples
of the main types. There are also links to related sites, and
Mysteries & Sacred Site Tours - Tours to England, Ireland,
Scotland, Greece, Crete, Egypt, Malta, Switzerland, France,
Peru, Hawaii. Explore mythology, earth mysteries, ancient sites,
metaphysics, ley lines, megalithic sites, temples, gods/goddesses,
alternative healing therapies, mystical sites.
- A documentary fim company based on a long term interest in
megalithic landscapes. Small photo gallery of some English prehistoric
sites to browse.
Convention for the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage
of Europe (Revised) 1992 - The so called 'Malta Convention'.
Prehistoric Art Web Page - Held at Tomar (Portugal), with
the support of the European Commission, these courses will be
organised under the following themes: recording and conservation
techniques, dating and interpretation methods, new technologies,
management and theory.
Ogham thing on the Web
I grandi monumenti megalitici - From an amateur astronomers'
newletter, a page dedicated to megalithic monuments, with a
few beautiful b/w photos. By Elia Cozzi, in Italian.
Archaeology Service - Featuring walks around Caithness.
to Irish archaeology - By Michael Sundermeier, Creighton
University, Oregon, U.S.A., as background information to a course
on Irish literature. It is illustrated with photographs taken
by the author
Tours - Story-teller Richard Marsh leads small groups on
full-day tours, on which Irish myth and legend come to life
in a special way "on location" at Stone Age passage tombs, Bronze
Age stone circles and dolmens, Iron Age hill forts and ring
forts, standing stones, ogham stones, earthworks.
cultures: an answer to rising sea level? - An unpublished
theory to explain the meaning of megaliths. By Claude Lantz.
In English and French.
- The Monuments at Risk Survey; on this website you may find
The Martian Chronicles (bulletins of MARS Projecy) and some
Geomancy - If you seek evidence of the geomantic tradition
and its skills on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
of the Iron Age - This English museum interprets the site
of nearby Danebury Hill fort and life in the pre-Roman Age.
Places of North America - Website dedicated to presenting
locations within North America that fall outside the mainstream
of "standard archaeology".
- A huge database of ogham inscriptions. By Jost Gippert. In
Solstice - A 'pirate operation' to promote a pacific occupation
of Carnac's megalithic alignments (Brittany, France) during
the summer solstice of 1999. This would be done as a protest
to a project led by the Carnac Council and the Culture Department
whose aim (apparently) is the commercial exploitation of Carnac
megalithic area. In French.
- On this page you can find everything about Ötzi, the
mummified Neolithic man found into an Alpine glacier in Italy.
Many resources, in-depth information about the man, his tools
and the techniques used to study and preserve the mummy. In
Italian and in German.
conferences on archaeoastronomy - A series of triennial
meetings that have focused on the role that astronomical phenomena
have played in human societies, ranging from the applied (such
as the basis for calendrics and orientations) to the ceremonial
(the significance given the "ritual landscape" of
Symbol Stones - Extensive info about the magnificently sculpted
standing stones erected by the kingdom of the Picts, ousted
by the Scots in the 9th century AD. By Alligator Descartes.
Map of Europe - A virtual directory of organizations working
in the preservation field within Europe. To stimulate the development
of joint projects and more targeted research. By ECPA, European
Commission on Preservation and Access.
- Project to provide information about online Rock Art resources.
Sacred Sites Tours - They organize tours to the sacred sites
of Britain (standing stones and stone sircles, ancient tombs,
chalk carvings, sacred wells). It is based in Minneapolis (Minnesota).
Beneath Your Feet - York Archaeological Trust's web page
about Prehistoric York.
Archaeology - Excavations and fieldwork taking place on
South Uist (Outer Hebrides, Scotland). Late Bronze Age and early
Iron Age houses and settlement, broch and associated settlement
and Neolithic/early Bronze Age settlements.
Markers - Solstices are wonderful times to look for solar
markers in rock. Indeed, the window of opportunity is about
two weeks. On these pages there are many examples of solar markers
and information on how observing them.
Clive Ruggles' Students' and Teachers' Interactive Learning
Environment - Leicester University.
Within - Sponsors and conducts workshops, conferences, weekend
retreats and international tours to mysterious and sacred sites.
World of Crannogs - The term 'crannogs' refers to small
artificial islands which can be found in the majority of Scotland's
lochs and inland waters. From the surface, most crannogs look
like uninteresting mounds of stone, from which timbers sometimes
protrude. Today, crannogs are one of the most exciting and complex
sites on which archaeologists work. By Mark Holley at Edinburgh
A more diverse version of sci.archaeology.
A very active newsgroup. Recent threads have discussed proto-writing
in Europe, Sumarian astronomy, Atlantis, Tutankamun, "ancient
visitors to North America," Norwegian petroglyphs and potsherds.
This is a moderated newsgroup dedicated to the discussion of
archaeology, the study of the past through its material culture.
It would meet a long-standing demand for a moderated newsgroup
for the discussion of archaeology without flames and without
postings either based on speculation or of a non-scientific
nature that have put many people off in the past.
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