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Archaeology - KIDS DISCOVER
Archaeology, for kids, explores this fascinating science in full detail, covering everything from the tools of the trade and the best places to dig to some of the most incredible discoveries ever made and the many mysteries that remain.
Information, virtual tour of Chichen Itza
Stonehenge, stone circles, dolmens, ancient standing stones, cairns, barrows, hi
Stonehenge, stone circles, dolmens, ancient standing stones, cairns, barrows, hillforts and archaeology of megalithic Europe
Archeology for Kids
For Kids introduces kids to what archeology is and what archeologists do.
The latest archaeological headlines and news..
Hunt the Ancestor
Time and money are running out and the developer's diggers are wanting to move onto the site of a dig. Experience some of the realities of being an archaeologist by playing Hunt the Ancestor.
Would you like to uncover lost pyramids or solve ancient mysteries? Archaeologists find out about the past by discovering artefacts left behind by our ancestors, examining what they have found and then recording their discoveries for the future. Our resources will help you to try archaeology for yourself.
Mysteries of Catalhoyuk
Mysteries ofCatalhoyuk explores the multitude of questions surrounding the findings at this archaeological dig in Turkey.
Caribbean Archeology homepage
The Caribbean Archaeology Program at the Florida Museum of Natural History pre-Columbian artifact collections, field research a current bibliography of recent publications on Caribbean Archaeology.
The Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave
On 17 January 1995, the Minister of Culture and Francophony, Jacques Toubon, announced the exceptional archaeological discovery of a decorated cave. It incorporates several very large galleries that accommodate more than 400 paintings and engravings dating to the Paleolithic era between 32,000 and 30,000 years ago. These works depict a unique and diverse menagerie among which rhinoceroses, felines, bears, owls, and mammoths. The discovery was made in December of 1994 at Vallon-Pont-d'Arc in the Ardèche region of France
K E N N E W I C K M A N
The discovery of a human ancestor variously referred to as Kennewick or Richland Man has shed light on the complexity of human immigration to the western hemisphere and ignited a controversy that may affect the future of paleoanthropology in the United States.