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A good place to start your research in archaeology, as it is well-represented here. Scholarly journal articles, books, and primary sources supporting many disciplines relevant for archaeological research, such as art, art history, architecture, history, language, and literature.
Can be used for text mining. Data for Research is a free JSTOR service available to anyone interested in mining data for their research project.
Get information on all aspects of native North American culture, history, and life. This resource covers a wide range of topics including archaeology, multicultural relations, gaming, governance, legend, and literacy, going back to the 1600's.
tDAR is the international digital repository for digital records of archaeological investigations. Supported by major research universities and government agencies in order to preserve and maintain access to archaeological data.
Features peer reviewed data papers describing archaeology datasets with high reuse potential. A data paper is useful because it describes the methods used to create the dataset, its structure, its reuse potential, and a link to its location in a repository. This practice helps fellow researchers determine the validity of the datasets they want to reuse.
This site offers newsletters, a resource library and other resources that you may find useful for research.
TAS's members are both professional and avocational archaeologists whose shared goal is to promote scientific archeological exploration and research, the preservation and conservation of archeological materials and sites, and the curation of their associated information.
Archaeology is a vast subject - it is the study of human society everywhere in the world, from distant human origins 3-4 million years ago up to the present day. This handbook explains archaeology in the words of the archaeologists themselves. A go-to resource for understanding the various aspects of the field.
A chronology of key discoveries, events, people, techniques, and controversies in the history of archaeology. Includes, photographs, maps, and drawings. Good resource for background and overview of the history of the field.