University of Oxford project which engages the help of the public to translate ancient Greek texts by matching characters to the Greek alphabet.
Archaeology - An Introduction
A companion to an introductory book about archaeology for students, with links to web resources, archives and documents.
Archaeology Data Service (ADS)
Supports research, learning and teaching by preserving digital data in the long term, and by promoting and disseminating a range of data in archaeology.
Provides a database of archaeological sites searchable by location; also includes historical timelines.
A guide to getting involved in archaeology in the UK, with news stories, details of BBC programmes, and background on techniques.
Britain Express: Ancient Britain
Contains descriptions and a guide to prehistoric monuments. Provides links to listings of archaeological sights in England, as well as in Scotland and Wales.
Community Archaeology Forum
Provides an online meeting place for anyone involved with community archaeology. Includes a listing of projects, news, events, and publications.
Council for British Archaeology
Promotes involvement through highlighting job opportunities; and presenting publications and reports on archeological events.
Contains links to articles, and images of archaeological finds connecting to various ancient cultures.
Article highlights the history of Britain during the control of the Romans, the Saxons, and their physical contributions to the land.
Presents reports, essays, and stories of archaeologist Paul Everill. Also contains publications and picture gallery.
Serves as resource for news, information, images, and links on ancient sites throughout UK and Ireland.
Monuments at Risk Survey
Contains details of the project that exists in order to study the state of England’s archaeological resources.
Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory
Formed in 2010 by Michael Worthington and Jane Seiter to provide dendrochronological services to archaeologists, architectural historians, art historians, cultural resource managers, and private house owners.
Freely accessible database containing nearly 400,000 records of archaeological sites and buildings in England and its territorial waters.
Provides maps of known Roman road networks and information about settlements, forts, camps, and quarries in the British Isles.
Romans in Britain
Presents synopses, scripts, biographies of the TV series on the Romans from the BBC and the Open University.
For people interested in the coastal archaeology of Scotland; includes information about the project, local groups, resources, reports, and contacts.
St. Albans Museums
Introduces the institution’s services dealing with ancient artifact recoveries and restorations. Contains images of its attractions.
A television programme on Channel 4, which investigates a wide range of archaeological sites. Includes schedule, an archive, and education resources.
Worcestershire On-line Ceramic Database
A database of pottery used and/or made in Worcestershire from prehistory to c 1900AD; searchable by fabric, manufacture, form, distribution, date, and source. Includes photo galleries and a guide to identifying pottery.