This category lists pages and sites about archaeology, the scientific study the fossil relics, tools, and monuments left by ancient peoples. By examining artifacts, archaeologists are able to gain an understanding of ancient cultures and civilizations.

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Archaeology at Colonial Williamsburg
[ Kids ] Simple look at what archaeology is and how it enhances the study of history. Includes games and projects kids can do at home.
Dig
[ Kids/Teens ] An online version of the children's magazine on archaeology from the publishers of Archaeology Magazine. Quizzes, fun facts, and contests.
Five Points
[ 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?"
Iron Age Celts
[ Kids ] Learn about the people who lived in Britain 2000 years ago. From the BBC.
A Journey to a New Land
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Looks at the history of people in North America. Includes photographs and descriptions of prehistoric sites.
Mummy Bear
[ Kids ] Trace Mummy Bear's history to learn about the process of mummification.
Mysterious Places
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Mali, Easter Island, Stonehenge, Chichen Itza, and other ancient civilizations and sacred sites.
North Ferriby Bronze Age Boats
[ Kids ] Information on the three bronze age boats found by the River Humber at North Ferriby
NOVA Online: Lost City of Arabia
[ 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.
Unlocking the Past
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] Talks about cultures in contact and conflict, new lands and environments, building cities, and archeology of work.

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