17 New Links:


  • Archaeology at the Grove  new  - Website containing details of the findings at The Grove, Watford in Hertfordshire, England, as well as the historical end environmental background to the project. (Hits: 2)
  • Excavations at Shinewater Bronze Age site  new  - Shinewater is a waterlogged Bronze Age site discovered in 1995 at the Eastbourne Park on Shinewater Marsh. Concise description of the excavations with a series of images, including the UK's first reaping hook with handle intact. (Hits: 2)

Europe (general)

  • Megalithic Portal  new  - One of the best resources about megaliths you can find on the Net, by Andy Burnham with the help of more than 1,000 members. It contains the famous "Megalith Map" covering U.K. and Ireland and includes a huge collection of images of many of the sites, contributed by the portal's visitors. It's also a news site, and offers a forum, a searchable database, a downloads section and an online shop. Highly recommended. (Hits: 1)

Great Britain (general)

  • Megalithic Walks  new  - Many megalithic sites are in beautiful settings making them very pleasant to visit and explore, and these pages describe days out visiting such locations in the U.K.. Well organized, pleasant presentation with good quality photos and descriptions. (Hits: 2)

Iberian peninsula

  • Freixo de Numão  new  - Descriptions of precincts (a wide category that inlcudes henges) in the Alto Douro, Portugal, important for the post-Palaeolithic prehistory of the region. Some of them are being studied by a team based in the village of Freixo de Numão. (Hits: 0)

Rest of Europe

Directories & Databases

  • East Midlands Archaeological Research Framework Project  new  - The Acrobat files (PDFs) published here comprise the texts of the first phase of the project, a period-by-period Archaeological Resource Assessments covering the Palaeolithic to Modern periods in Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire. (Hits: 2)
  • CARN - Core Archaeological Record Index  new  - The public entry-point to the Extended National Database for Wales. More than 100,000 records of ancient and historical sites are included from the Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust SMR, Dyfed Archaeological Trust SMR, Gwynedd Archaeological Trust SMR, Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust SMR, Cadw´s scheduled monument database and the Royal Commission´s National Monuments Record of Wales. Fast and easy to use. (Hits: 2)

Libraries, Bookstores & Publishers

  • Archaeologia  new  - One of the most complete sites for Antiquarian, Rare and Out-of-Print Scholarly Books on Archaeology, with a catalogue of more than 1,600 titles. (Hits: 1)

Magazines & Newsletters

  • JungsteinSITE  new  - Non-commercial academic online-journal on the archaeology of the Neolithic period. Language of the articles is mainly German, but for most articles English summaries and figure captions are available. (Hits: 0)


  • UKIC Archaeology Section  new  - The Archaeology section of the United Kingdom Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works contains info on meetings, documents, an online version of Online version of "Guidance for Archaeological Conservation Practice " and a list of publications. (Hits: 0)
  • Glasgow Archaeological Society  new  - Founded in 1856, the Society has now a presence on the Web where you can find info on lectures and excursions, or read the contents of the "Scottish Archaeological Journal". (Hits: 0)


  • Equinox Project  new  - Extensive presentation of the petroglyphs and inscription of the mysterious Inyo area (U.S.A.). Many photographs and document to support the controversial theory of a Celtic (and other Mediterranean people) presence in ancient times at the site. (Hits: 0)
  • Stonehenge Clones and Metaphorms  new  - Stonehenge has given rise to many replicas and "metaphorms" in the U.S.A. On this unique website you can see the most striking "variations on the theme", including the famous "Carhenge". Not to be missed! (Hits: 1)

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