Resources For The Study of Art History.
Designed and maintained by Dr. Christopher L. C. E. Witcombe, Professor at the Department of Art History, Sweet Briar College, Virginia.
A huge link list, unfortunately very little info about the links.
The Cave Archaeology Group (CAG) assists members of the caving community become aware of and promote interest in the existence of archaeological and palaeontological remains, in and around caves.
De la Préhistoire à la période contemporaine, l'histoire, la vie quotidienne et les savoir-faire sont présentés par les plus grands spécialistes, à travers des parcours accessibles à tous.
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Archaeology is the scientific study of the history of humanity and its various cultures. Archaeologists keep history alive by digging up the past. They study found objects that ancient people created or used. The objects, called “artifacts”, give us a glimpse into the life of our distant ancestors.
The Cave Archaeology Research Team (CART) was formed in 1996 under the direction of Jan F. Simek. The stated goal of CART is the identification and documentation of caves exhibiting evidence of dark zone exploitation by prehistoric peoples, including the production of dark zone cave art, chert and mineral mining, habitation, exploration, and other uses.
Southern Californian archaeology by the San Diego Archaeological Center.