Tags: archaeology

www.pompeiisites.org

Official site of the excavations of Pompeii, Herculaneum, Boscoreale, Oplontis and Stabia (in English and Italian).

Category:Italy
Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies

www.byzantium.ac.uk

Furthers study of the history, culture, language and literature of the Byzantine Empire. Events and exhibitions, funding opportunities, publications and theses, fieldwork and courses.

MAV - Virtual Archaeological Museum

www.capware.it/libro.htm

Will offer a tour of an exhibition dedicated to the ancient cities of Herculaneum and Pompeii. Includes details of the exhibits. [Italian and English]

www.trimontium.org.uk/wb/

Trimontium was the name of the Three Hills Place - in the lee of the Eildon Hills one mile from the town of Melrose beside the village of Newstead in the Scottish Borders. In the 1st and 2nd centuries AD there grew up an enormous Romano-native complex - which lasted around 100 years.

Category:Britain
Butser Ancient Farm

www.butserancientfarm.co.uk

Butser Ancient Farm is a replica of the sort of farm which would have existed in the British Iron Age circa 300 BC. Founded in 1972, it moved to its present site at Bascomb Copse in 1992. The farm has buildings, structures, animals and crops of the kind that existed at that time. It is much more than a museum though.

Category:Roman History
ROMEC: The Roman Military Equipment Conference

www.armatura.connectfree.co.uk/romec.htm

The first Roman Military Equipment Research Seminar was held in the Department of Ancient History and Classical Archaeology (now, sadly, defunct) at the University of Sheffield (GB) in 1983. It has since grown and now visits various international venues, but still retains the same goals as that first seminar: to further the study of Roman military equipment with contributions from professional or ...

Mike Bishop

www.mcbishop.co.uk

So, here we are. I am a writer, publisher, and archaeologist who lives in Chirnside in the south-eastern corner of Scotland . I study the Romans, but am interested in all sorts of things... except perhaps other people's home pages.

The Association for Roman Archaeology

www.associationromanarchaeology.org

The ARA is probably the fastest growing Archaeology Association and anyone is welcome to join. When you join you will learn a lot more about Roman Civilisation and probably some of your ancestors! - new discoveries are made amazingly frequently and the results are reported in our fabulous, full colour, Bulletin. The ARA is a Registered Charitable Company, Limited by Guarantee, dedicated to support ...

Aerial archaeology J. Dassie Archeologie aerienne

www.archaero.com

Currently without equivalent in the world, this site presents texts and images with a will of information and initiation for a very large audience. From Neolithic era to Medieval, the outstanding stages of discoveries in Poitou-Charentes are illustrated by photographs of the principal times of archaeological chronology.

Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies

www.armatura.connectfree.co.uk/jrmes.htm

Dedicated to the Study of the Weapons, Armour, and Military Fittings of the Armies and Enemies of Rome and Byzantium

Armalist

www.armatura.connectfree.co.uk/armalist.htm

ArmaList is intended to act as a forum to discuss all issues relating to Roman military equipment studies, but it is hoped that it will primarily serve for debate on the form and structure of ARMAMENTARIVM, and it will be the main location for posting new contributions to the Web site as they are added. It is manually run, not on a computerized list server, so do not be surprised if it takes a whi ...

Category:Mailing Lists

www.comune.bologna.it/bologna/Musei/Archeologico/

The Archaeological Museum of Bologna is located in the ancient "Ospedale della Morte" (Death Hospital). It dates back to the XV century and was inaugurated in 1881. It contains the University collections, the Collection of Pelagio Palagi and the archaeological discoveries from Bologna and its surroundings exavations.

Category:Etruscan
Bishop and Coulston: Roman Military Equipment

www.romanmilitaryequipment.co.uk

The first edition of this book is now well and truly out of print, so if you want one, your only chance is to find a second-hand (pre-owned, previously enjoyed, or whatever other euphemism or synonym you chose) copy. However, if you have a little patience, all is not lost. A new, completely revised, edition is in preparation which will take into account all the latest finds since the original publ ...

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