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Ancient Near East
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Sites about Egypt
The Ancient Egypt Site
This attractive and colourful site is compiled by Jacques Kinnaer, a Belgian Egyptologist.
Medicine Through Time
Cyberkids (this is an on-line magazine for children)
ThinkQuest 1998 (an international academic competition for students aged 12 to 19).
National Geographic Television
The University of Illinois Mummy Project
KidSat at NASA (kids exploring the earth through satellite images):
Nova Online: The Lost City of Ubar
The Mountain Institute
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Education Service Pages
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
The Field Museum of Natural History
H-Net Reviews in the Humanities and Social Sciences is an online scholarly review journal
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
University of Texas
Maps scanned from a huge collection. The following pages have links to many, many maps.
The Ancient World in the News
April 4th, 1999
Reformatting of title and headings section. Addition of Recommended Readings on the Ancient Near East, with bibliographies for students on Egypt, Nubia and Mesopotamia and teachers Egypt, Nubia and Mesopotamia. Addition of Oriental Institute Map Series.
January 7th, 1998
Corrections made to various outdated links.
Addition of Newton's Apple on "How do Archaeologists Know Where to Dig?" and Nova's site on "The Lost City of Ubar."
Addition of Detroit Institute of Arts "Splendors of Ancient Egypt" Exhibition's Lesson Plans for Teachers.
Addition of University of Illinois Mummy Project. Material from National Geographic including maps, and pages on Egyptian mummies and an Inca ice mummy.
Addition of Cyber Mummy, the Splendors of Ancient Egypt site at the St. Petersburg Times and updating links within the Royal Ontario Museum site.
Removal of A&E Special Show on Mummies as it is no longer available. Additions: A&E classroom materials for the shows on mummies and Nefertiti.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History including material on ancient Egypt for teachers and schoolchildren and links to the museum's Education department.
Tutankhamun's trumpet and "Find the Pharaoh's Name" puzzle from the CCER. Updated links for Cleveland Museum of Art's Education pages.
Changes in the design of the header and contents list
Seven Wonders of the World (Great Pyramid, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, Pharos, and Temple of Artemis at Ephesus), Clickable Plan of Step Pyramid and pages on Alexandria and Cairo
Argos search engine form
BBC Horizon homepage and programmes on Ice Mummies, further material on Nova "This Old Obelisk" and "This Old Pyramid"; Guardian's Egypt homepage and links to satellite images of Egypt and on-line tour of Egypt within that site; NASA's KidSat homepage and exploration sites on Ubar and the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
Minneapolis Institute of Arts homepage and much of the contents within the site, chiefly World Mythology
Cyberkids homepage, Ancient Egyptian Beliefs and Pyramid Crossword Puzzle
February 6th 1997
Nova: This Old Pyramid site with links to much of the contents
Death in Ancient Egypt
Abzu is an Associate Site of the Argos search engine.
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