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[ Kids/Teens ] - Explains what archaeologists do and definitely don't do. From the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - ThinkQuest project explains what archaeology is and its methods and techniques. Examples of significant discoveries including Troy, Shiqmim, the Egyptian Pyramids. Glossary.
[ Kids/Teens ] - A step-by-step walk through the process of an archaeological dig.
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Introduces students to the world of archaeology through a virtual visit to Jordan's Khirbet Iskander dig site.
[ Kids ] - Like mud pies? Ever eaten dirt? Think learning about the past is cool? Maybe you have the makings of an archaeologist.
[ Kids ] - An online version of the children's magazine on archaeology from the publishers of Archaeology Magazine. Quizzes, fun facts, and contests.
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Tells how archaeologists and historians rediscovered a famous nineteenth-century New York neighborhood. Also answers questions such as 'What do artifacts tell us about everyday life?'
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Explores careers in archaeology. Examines the training that is needed, the types of work available, and the rewards of preserving the past.
[ Kids ] - Includes a virtual tour of the dig, gallery of artifacts, games and puzzles, and a talking cow.
[ Kids ] - Trace Mummy Bear's history to learn about the process of mummification.
[ Kids ] - Information on the three bronze age boats found by the River Humber at North Ferriby
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Join a team of archaeologists as they search for Ubar, the lost city of Arabia, and see how they apply the technology of remote sensing to 'see' the site without actually excavating it.
[ Teens ] - High school students present the study of archeology and the study of four civilizations - ancient Egypt, medieval Europe, ancient China, and the American West of the eighteenth century.
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Provides a look at what archaeology is, interactive adventures, a glossary of terms, and expert answers to common questions.
[ Kids/Teens ] - Web book with interactive graphics outlines the steps involved in making an Egyptian Mummy.