Welcome to the American Journal of Archaeology's section for students. It is meant to be an accessible starting point for research, a place to learn about a career in archaeology or about submitting your first academic article, or you can just browse our helpful, trusted links. If you would like to contribute to this section, please contact the AJA Director of Publishing.
Feb. 7, 2013
Excavations of the Roman Baths at Carsulae: Directed by Jane K. Whitehead, Valdosta State University. The site offers details on the excavations and upcoming field season, high-quality photographs, and links to previous reports. The project is also on Facebook (In: project websites).
Jan. 31, 2013
Digital Karnak: From the University of California at Los Angeles. This project includes a high-quality, easy-to-use time map as well as a comprehensive introduction to the site, a catalog of monuments and features, and the ability to view a reconstruction of the site through time via Google Earth (In: multimedia and interactive).
Jan. 29, 2013
Old Dirt - New Thoughts: Archaeology and Education: Focuses mainly on work in Alaska and Minnesota; a great blog for students getting a start in archaeology (In: blogs).
Nov. 20, 2012
The BBC has an overview of the field of archaeology. There are also sections on ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, and more. If you are new to these areas and topics, this is a great place to start learning. It's easy to browse, and it includes some educational games for younger visitors (In: general).