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ETANA Electronic Tools and Ancient Near Eastern Archives. A resource offering access to many publications for teaching and research, as well as gathering links to other web-based materials realted to the Ancient Near East.
Aerial Photographic Archive for Archaeology in the Middle East An Australian project archive of aerial photographs of sites in the Near East, particularly the 1953 Hunting Aerial Survey of Jordan.
Akkadica Lists Ancient Near Eastern collections in museums and other institutions across the world.
Art History Resources on the Web Comprehensive resource listings by Christopher L. C. E. Witcombe.
BANEA The British Association for Near Eastern Archaeology
Center for Archaeology of
the Middle East Landscape (CAMEL)
Tony Wilkinson uses his extensive fieldwork experience from the Near East to demonstrate changing patterns of landscape use in antiquity. Case studies are drawn from Iraq, Syria, Turkey and Yemen.
The Detroit Institute of Arts Ancient Art
Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative ECAI is a collaborative project which combines global mapping, imagery, and texts. ECAI provides scholars and other users with a research resource based on digital technology which presents complex combinations of data from multiple disciplines visually and immediately.
The Institute of Archaeology University College, London.
Livius A non-commercial website on ancient history maintained by Jona Lendering.
The Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA
The Miho Museum, Japan Collections include the Canford Assyrian Relief.
The Online Medieval and Classical Library A collection of some of the most important literary works of Classical and Medieval civilization.
Semitic Research Project
Source of images of manuscripts relating to the Bible and the ancient Near East.
A detailed website about the famous neolithic site of Çatalhöyük
Hethitologie Portal Mainz German site for Hittite studies with a concordance of Hittite texts from excavations at the Hittite capital of Hattusha.
The Malcolm and Carolyn Wiener Laboratory for Aegean and Near Eastern Dendrochronology at Cornell University Latest results of tree-ring dating of archaeological sites from the Mediterranean and Turkey.
Abu Dhabi Islands Archaeological Survey
Indexes and on-line copies of the Saudi-based "Aramco World Magazine"
Al Ain Museum including recent discoveries in the UAE.
American Institute for Yemeni Studies based in Sana'a, has an active research programme, gives advice on permits and publishes collected works as well as Yemen Update.
The British-Yemeni Society publishes an annual journal and organises regular lectures and other events in England.
Corpus of South Arabian Inscriptions A project directed by Professor Avanzini to make available in digital form all ancient South-Arabian inscriptions.
Makeda, Queen of Sheba Popular literature on the Queen of Sheba.
Yemen Update is published by The American Institute of Yemeni Studies and is an essential guide to research in Yemen.
The Ancient India & Iran Trust organises lectures and other events, and maintains a library in Cambridge.
The British Institute of Persian Studies based at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in the University of London, publishes a newsletter and organises lectures on the pre-Islamic art and archaeology of this region.
The Encyclopaedia Iranica is a large project based at Columbia University.
The Gans collection of Sasanian seals in the University of California at Berkeley
Parthia.Com General information on the Parthians, including excavations at their early capital at Nysa.
A Rough guide to Kushan History Gateway to more information on the Kushans, supported by the Keele Wargames Club.
Sasanian Seals from the Collection of the Late Edward Gans at the University of California, Berkley.
The 'Ain Ghazal Statue Project British Museum-funded project to restore neolithic statues found at 'Ain Ghazal in Jordan.
Sidon Excavation A British Museum supported excavation.
Tell Sabi Abyad
One of the most important late neolithic sites in Syria.
BBCi Ancient History Mesopotamia Written by Dr Dominique Collon, Department of the Middle East, British Museum.
The Open Richly
Annotated Cuneiform Corpus Home to many digital cuneiform
The Early Islamic capital at Samarra
The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature is based at the University of Oxford. Its aim is to make accessible over 400 literary works composed in the Sumerian language in ancient Mesopotamia during the late third and early second millennia BC.
Mesopotamia - British Museum educational website designed to support the Key Stage 2 curriculum.