Archaeology for the Public
These public archaeology web pages are comprised of both newly created content and reprised best examples of public archaeology. The page content presented has been contributed (to date) by more than 170 publicly-directed archaeology practitioners and archaeologically-interested members of the public. This content is gathered and coordinated by members of the Society of American Archaeology’s Public Education Committee.
This site includes a glossary of archaeology and anthropology terms, featured links and an overview of human evolution including pics of famous hominid skulls and fossils.
The Christian Catacombs of Rome
This site contains information on the Christian Catacombs of Rome and of the Church history in its origins. The site provides extensive material, in separate sections, dealing with largely unknown topic. Available in English, Italian, German, Polish, French, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, among others.
Subject: Religion & Theology--Faiths & Denominations--Christianity; Classics--By Topic--History, Biography & Geography; History--History by Region--European History--Antiquity; Classics--By Region--Imperial Rome--Rome & Christianity; Archaeology
Giza On Line
This site contains articles about the Sphinx and temples of Giza along with links to museums and other sites related to ancient Egyptian history.
This site is a comprehensive online guide to European stone circles, dolmens, standing stones, cairns, barrows and hillforts and other ancient sites and monuments of France, England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and Italy. It provides text descriptions and images of hundreds of sites and a glossary of megalith-related terminology.
Subject: Europe; History--History by Region--European History--Antiquity; Archaeology