Archaeological Institute of America
From the largest archaeological association in North America. Much of it relates to current projects, but back issues of their journal are available in the Publications sections.
The Archaeology Channel
View videos and listen to audio over the Internet on the archaeology of places from around the world. Most videos are in the 10-20 minute range.
Covers a range of topics from general to specific. The contents listed on the left of the screen guide you around the many parts.
A beautiful site devoted to ancient Egypt. Many multimedia sections illustrate some of the treasures and the "Library" portion has numerous articles about the collections.
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