GRADE 9

TRY THESE LINKS ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB FOR INFORMATION ON:

 

Simulated Acheological Excavation...

The Ellis Dig: 1996--Web site devoted to the ninth grade simulated archeological excavation in September of '96

The Archeological Adventure--Interactive site which includes a virtual tour of a "dig"

The Chetro Ketl Great Kiva--Information-rich, easy-to-navigate site contains a 3-D reconstruction

Oriental Institute: Archeology--Various sites, some with photos

Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology--University of Pennsylvania's collection of exhibits, research, etc.

Image Collection--Pictures related to various dig sites

Anything to add? Anything to delete? If so, go to "site submissions" page!


 

 

 

 

Egyptian Civilization...

Book of the Dead--Walter Budge's complete translation.

University of Memphis: Egyptian Collection--Virtual tour of the Institute of Egyptian Art & Archeology

Guide to Resources for Study of Ancient Near East--Extensive list of links from University of Chicago

Egyptology Home Page at Cambridge--Provides many "starting points" for material on Egypt

Dustin Donahue's List of Egyptologically-Oriented Sites--Ancient Near East directory

Life in Ancient Egypt--Companion site for the Carnegie Museum's Egyptian exhibit (submitted by Linda C, 8th grade, in January of 1998)

Material Culture List--Egyptology-related links organized by topic

Egypt: Museums & Collections--List of on-line museum sites containing pieces from ancient Egypt

Reeder's Egypt Page--Extensive list of subjects related to Egyptology

Web Topcs: Egyptian Archeology--Links arranged by summarized topics

(the following sites related to Egyptian medicine were submitted in November of 1997 by Tara B, 9th grade):

Egyptian Medical Practices--Essay detailing medicines and early physicians in ancient Egypt

Medicine in Anciaent Egypt--Lengthy essay includes a useful bibliography

History of Ancient Egyptian Medicine--Collection of links on a variety of topics

Also check the World History section of the general sites page!

Anything to add? Anything to delete? If so, go to "site submissions" page!


 

 

 

Uluburun Shipwreck...

1994 Excavation at Uluburun--An illustrated essay

Institute of Nautical Archeology--Includes weekly updates on various sites and an option for direct communication (submitted by Anna B, 8 th grade, in January of 1998)

Against Florio: Lessons from the World's Oldest Known Shipwreck--Illustrated essay documenting Chris Monroe's experiences while exploring the Uluburum site (submitted by Luoisa V, 6 th grade, in March of 1998)

History & Material Culture of the Late Bronze Age--Article written by a professor at Brandeis University

Anything to add? Anything to delete? If so, go to "site submissions" page!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MayaQuest...

MayaQuest '97-- Last year's internet version

MayaQuest '98--Latest version!

 

Anything to add? Anything to delete? If so, go to "site submissions" page!

 

TRY THE SEARCH ENGINES BELOW FOR YOUR OWN RESEARCH:

Librarians' Index to the Internet--Acts as a search engine for topics such as history, reference sources, politics, government, women in history & politics, etc.