Ancient Artifact Sources

Athens School at Ligne France
This site has the original archeological publications done by this school around the Mediterranean. Pictures of the finds are found at the end of each publication. These include the Linear A tablets found on Crete.

British Museum Collections
A wonderful revamped online source for their many artifacts including archaeological texts. Just don't trust their translations because most are old.

Don's Maps
Super site having images for the study of Palaeolithic / Paleolithic European, Russian and Australian Archaeology. This has the web's most comprehensive collection of photos of Venus figurines.

Indus Valley Civilization
Great site about the ancient Indus Valley Civilization with lots of pictures of archaeological finds in its slides section.

Louvre Collections
One of the greatest museums in the world has put its collections online. The range is just incredible.

Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago
Good collection covering the Near East and Egypt

Theoi Greek Mythology
This site explores Greek mythology and gods in classical literature and art. It provides a great reference guide to their gods (theoi), spirits (daimones), fabulous creatures (theres) and heroes.

 Megalithic Portal
A growing repository of all megalithic monuments and related structures.
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Since the 1990s, the Penn Museum has had an active presence on the Internet, creating websites for Museum-related research projects, special exhibitions, and fun interactives. These legacy websites have been consciously migrated to keep their content as alive as possible. We hope you enjoy browsing these 45 websites and discovering some web gems from the past 20 years.
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Incredible and ongoing recreation of Rome, its buildings, and its art.
The Levantine Ceramics Project (LCP) is an open-access resource for the study of Levantine pottery – and its societies, cultures, and economies – from the Neolithic era (c. 5500 B.C.E.) until today.