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Today's Archaeological News Stories

Archaeology Magazine
Covers all phases of Archaeology with frequent articles about Egypt and the Ancient Near East.

Archaeology Odyssey
Concerned with the ancient roots of Western Civilization. Written for the general audience. Colorful illustrations.

Bible Review
Current ideas in biblical scholarship for the general audience interested in biblical studies. Features articles by leading scholars. Beautiful illustrations of the subject matter. Fundamentalists might be offended by some of the content.

Biblical Archaeology Review
Connects the academic study of Biblical Archaeology to the general audience interested in biblical studies. Features articles by leading scholars. Beautiful illustrations of the subject matter. Fundamentalists might be offended by some of the content.

The Journal of Biblical Literature (JBL)
A quarterly publication of the Society of Biblical Literature. The articles and reviews published in JBL promote critical and academic biblical scholarship and reflect the full range of methods, models, and interests used by members of the SBL. The JBL has been published continuously since 1881

KMT: A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt
Great color illustrations, interesting articles on many facets of ancient Egypt. The site makes available some of the current issue and provides access to back issues.

Near Eastern Archaeology
Scholarly magazine published by the American Schools of Oriental Research.

Review of Biblical Literature
Provides scholarly reviews of many books about biblical studies.

An experimental journal for biblical criticism using the methods, models, and findings of linguistics, folklore studies, contemporary criticism, structuralism, social anthropology, and other such disciplines to open new areas and methods in biblical criticism. Semeia is experimental in both form and content. Founded in 1974, Semeia has attracted interest well beyond the usual borders of biblical scholarship.

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Eisenbrauns Catalogue
Not only are they one of the largest publishers of scholarly works on all aspects of ancient Near Eastern studies, they also carry a huge selection of scholarly works from other publishers.

Dove Booksellers
Dove sells scholarly books on biblical studies. In addition to English, visitors can have German, French, and Spanish displays.

This catalogue of archaeological books for sale has over 5,000 books and prints on the archaeology of Egypt, the ancient Near Easte, Greece, Rome, and the Americas

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American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR)
ASOR is one of the leading academic institutions studying the Near East. This site has info on their various books, journals, and other publications.

American Research Center in Egypt
Leading North American academic organization for Egyptologists.

Run under the auspices of the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago, this site provides a massive number of links to electronic sources for the study of the ancient Near East. An essential stop for those interested in further study.
ABZU Links to Archaeological Journals

A superb collection of links to a huge number of academic resources on the ancient Near East, including discussion lists, journals, language studies, archaeology, museums, atlases, and much more.

Society of Biblical Literature
One of the largest academic membership organizations devoted to an examination of biblical literature. The site provides access to a number of scholarly resources for the study of the ancient Near East.

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The Amarna Letters
The Amarna Letters are among the most important archaeological finds concerning Egyptian and Near Eastern political interactions during he mid-fourteenth century B.C. This site provides an on-line source for these documents.

Babylonia and Ancient Near Eastern Texts
This site contains a number of popular translations of ancient near eastern texts, but they are not necessearily the most scholarly or accurate editions. It has an alphabetic listing of gods that will direct you to particular texts and some links to the Encyclopedia Brittanica. The site is affiliated with a fundamentalist church group.

Babylonian Texts of the First Millennium B.C.
Provides information about over 2600 transcribed texts.

ETCSL catalogue of Sumerian literary compositions
A collection of scholarly editions of many Sumerian texts.

Linear A Texts On-line

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Contains an expanding database of articles in Egyptological magazines.

The Ancient Egyptian Language List
This site is for people interested in the study of the Egyptian Language. It also contains a number of important texts from ancient Egypt in hieroglyph format.

The Ancient Egypt Site
Contains info on ancient Egyptian history and language, a bibliography, and a tour of the Step Pyramid at Saqqara. Some great pictures.

Ancient Near East Net
This site tries to maintain a portal to all matters related to the ancient near east.

Limited Area Search of the Ancient and Medieval Internet. Enables you to target your internet search to peer-reviewed academic sites that focus on ancient and medieval studies. Eliminates the vast amount of irrelevant junk that turns up on a typical Net search engine.

Bibical Studies Resources
Dr. Jim West maintains a nice collection of links to sites containing resources for biblical studies. You might also want to check out the photo collection.

The Bible and Interpretation
Check this out for all sorts of news about the bible and bible interpretation. It includes new book information, commentaries, and a variety of other information

The Bibliography of Ancient Egypt
Has a large collection of book titles and book reviews relating to ancient Egypt.

David Hendin's Biblical Coin Page
David Hendin is a leading expert on biblical coins and the author of one of the chief reference works on this subject.

Egyptologists' Electronic Forum (EEF)
EEF administers an electronic forum for the discussion of Ancient Egypt. This site provides information on joining the forum, an archive of past discussions, articles about ancient Egypt, book and CD reviews, links, and other items for those interested in ancient Egypt. From time to time, prominent Egyptologists join the discussions.

Josephus Study Site
Josephus, the first century A.D./C.E. Jewish historian is an important resource for biblical studies, near eastern history, and political events of his era. This site is dedicated to the scholarly study of Josephus's writings.

Northwest Semitic Links
An academic site concerned with issues related to Northern Semitic civilizations.

Reeder’s Egypt Page
A colorful site devoted to Egypt’s art, archaeology, history, and religion.

Sumerian Mythology FAQ
Some general information about Sumerian Mythology by an interested student.

Travels with Mousey
Great for kids and adults. Not only does it provide an interactive exploration of ancient Egypt, it also provides a portal to the Archaeology on the Net Web Ring, with links to numerous sites concerned with ancient archaeology.

Tutankhamun: Anatomy of an Excavation
An ongoing effort to publish the complete database of Howard Carter's excavation of the tomb of Tutankhamun. Many of Carter's discoveries have not yet been published and this is an effort to make the material avaiable as soon as possible. The site contains records and pictures of what was recovered.

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The Ancient World on Television
If you would like to receive a weekly e-mail newsletter listing all upcoming television programs about the ancient world, contact

NOVA Online: Pyramids, the Inside Story
NOVA, the PBS documentary show, maintains this site dedicated to the pyramids. It has lessons on hieroglyphs and a virtual tour of the Great Pyramid (Quicktime required.)

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