Excavations at Amheida in Egypt's Dakhleh Oasis: New York University and Columbia University. This project began in 2001 and provides undergraduate students with a study abroad/fieldwork opportunity. The website includes an interactive map, online publications, and extensive reports.
The Berenike Project: Website for the excavations at Berenike by the University of Delaware and Leiden University conducted between 1994 and 2001.
Buto/Tell el-Fara´in: From the German Archaeological Institute. In addition to details on the project, this website gives a good overview of the site.
Dakhleh Oasis Project: Monash University. A long-term regional study of the interaction between environmental changes and human activity in the Dakhleh Oasis area. The website includes their annual reports.
North Kharga Oasis Survey: The American University in Cairo. The website includes overviews of each site in the study and summaries of each field season.
Sais: Egypt Exploration Society and University of Durham, in collaboration with the Supreme Council of Antiquities. This project began in 1997, and reports are available for every field season.
Yale Archaeological Expeditions: Yale's projects in Egypt include the Theban Desert Road Survey/Yale Toshka Desert Survey, the White Monastery Project, the Wadi al-Natrun Project, the Mo‘alla Survey Project, and the Nadura Temple Project.
Kommos Excavations: University of Toronto. Fieldwork is not currently active, but this site includes extensive maps, images, an overview of the pottery, and more.
Kythera Island Project: An interdisciplinary project bringing together teams from more than 20 countries and a wide range of disciplines including archaeometallurgy, geoarchaeology, botany, and many others.
Mitrou Archaeological Project: The University of Tennessee and the Greek Archaeological Service. Information about the site, the project, and the fieldschool.
Mochlos Excavation Project: University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Accessible site for the layperson. Includes detailed information on the site, fieldwork, and list of publications.
Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project: Collaboration of ΛΘ’ Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, Tripolis, Arcadia; University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology; and University of Arizona (under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens).
Mycenae Excavations: Dickinson College. This website is packed with information and is a great starting point in learning about fieldwork at Mycenae.
The Pylos Regional Archaeological Project: This site includes preliminary reports and links to publications, a gazetter, and databases for pottery, small finds, and images. There is also a 3D tour of the Palace of Nestor and general information on Hellenistic Messenia.
Sarpedon - The Sissi Archaeological Project: Collaboration of the French and Dutch speaking universities of Louvain/Leuven, under the auspices of the Belgian School of Athens. This site includes preliminary results, virtual tours, and lots of images.
Sikyon Survey Project: A multidisciplinary project to study human presence and activity at Sikyon. The Sphakia Survey: An interdisciplinary archaeological project whose main objective is to reconstruct the sequence of human activity in a remote and rugged part of Crete, from the time that people arrived in the area, by ca. 3000 B.C.E., until the end of Ottoman rule in 1900 C.E.
The Sphakia Survey: An interdisciplinary archaeological project whose main objective is to reconstruct the sequence of human activity in a remote and rugged part of Crete, from the time that people arrived in the area, by ca. 3000 B.C.E., until the end of Ottoman rule in 1900 C.E.
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.
The Gabii Project: Under the direction of Nicola Terrenato, University of Michigan. This site is kept up-to-date with recent publications, information on the field program, and reports on fieldwork. The project also has a Facebook page.
Kent-Berlin Ostia Excavations: A site maintained by Luke Lavan, University of Kent, and Axel Gering, Humboldt University, includes an overview of the site, aims of the project, and details of finds and inscriptions.
Metaponto Project: Institute of Classical Archaeology, the University of Texas at Austin. Concise overview of the site and excavations.
Madaba Plains Project (Jordan): Andrews University and La Sierra University. The project began in 1968 at Hisban and is currently studying the sites Hisban, Umayri, and Jalul in Jordan. Each site has its own dedicated webpage.
The Excavations at Tell Atchana (Alalakh): A comprehensive site, including reports from excavations, galleries, details of experimental archaeology projects, and more.
Aphrodisias: New York University. Brief overview of the site and some of its areas, excavations, and surveys.
Çatalhöyük Research Project: Since 1993, a team lead by Ian Hodder has been conducting excavations at this Neolithic site. This website is updated often and hosts a variety of content, from reports to videos to a database.
Isparta Archaeological Survey: Süleyman Demirel Üniversitesi, Case Western Reserve University, and Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft. Research includes archaeological survey, topographical mapping, and epigraphy. The website is still somewhat in progress.
The Kerkenes Project: Middle East Technical University and British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara. Of interest are reports from 1993 to the present, galleries of photographs and drawings, and information on remote sensing.
Sagalassos Archaeological Research Project: In English and Flemish. There are many resources here, including 360° views and other photographs, information on interdisciplinary surveys, and in-depth information on various areas of the site.
Tektas Burnu: Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University. This site deals with the classical Greek shipwreck excavated between 1999 and 2001 and dicusses the excavations and conservation efforts.
Project Troia: Interdisciplinary project from the University of Tübingen and the University of Cincinnati. The project publishes the periodical Studia Troica and its monographs.