Forum for Archaeological Research in Europe
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|Discusses issues relating to the pre-Classical Aegean world.
To subscribe, send message subscribe aegeanet to List Admin.
|Main American discussion list for anthropology.
|Main American discussion list for archaeology.
|The aim of this list is to facilitate communication through the
exchange of information on meetings, conferences, bibliographies, publications,
reference collections and botanical and ethnographic data relevant to the
analysis of archaeological plant macro-remains. To subscribe send the message
subscribe archaeobotany First_name Last_name to List Admin.
|Computational Archaeology list maintained by Hugh Jarvis and Irwin
Scollar. This list is for for discussion and dissemination of information about
archaeological computing. Relevant topics include numerical methods, software,
hardware, statistical analysis of data, methods for support of field techniques,
methods for storage and dissemination of data, techniques for Internet, World
Wide Web, and multimedia publication of research, image recording and analysis,
photogrammetry, site recording, and database design and management. To
subscribe, send an email letter to List Admin containing only: SUB ARCHCOMP-L
education and training
|List for members of the European archaeological educational and
training community wishing to be involved or kept informed about the development
of ARCHEONET, a thematic network aiming to promote electronic communication,
distance learning and reciprocal field and postgraduate training. To join this
list, send a message containing only the following text (substituting
appropriately): join archeonet-all firstname(s) lastname to List Admin. For
further information relating to this list, contact its owner at
|All aspects of archaeometallurgy. To join, send a message 'join
arch-metals firstname lastname' to List Admin.
|List for Portugese archaeology. Send the message subscribe archport
yourname to List Admin.
|To join, send a message 'join arch-theory firstname lastname' to List
|Moderated list. To subscribe, contact moderator.
|To join, send a message 'join britarch firstname lastname' to List
|To join, send the message subscribe c14-l yourname to List
|List for preparation and discussion of the April 1997 Computer
Applications in Archaeology Conference (Birmingham, UK). To join, send a message
'join caa97 firstname lastname' to List Admin.
|List to discuss plans and proposals to build the European
Archaeological Heritage Web. To join, send a message 'join eahw firstname
lastname' to List Admin.
geographical information systems
| GIS and Archaeology forum. Includes list of members, access to the
archived messages, and access to any files that have been associated with the
list. Maintained by the University of York. To join, send a message 'join
gisarch firstname lastname' to List Admin.
|A forum to discuss issues including but not limited to: resource
protection, planning, heritage areas, byways, interpretation, research,
appropriate marketing. To subscribe, send the message: subscribe
heritage-tourism to List Admin.
|Intended to encourage discussion within the area of Industrial
Archaeology - it aims to help establish links between fieldwork, research,
individuals and establishments.
|Internet Archaeology, the journal, has started a mailing list
which will discuss any aspect of publishing archaeology on the internet.
|Discussion of all matters pertaining to the analysis of archaeological
lithics, natural and artificial. To subscribe, send the message sub lithics-l
first_name last_name to List Admin.
|Forum for discussion for archaeologists, environmental scientists and
quaternary geologists with an interest in the human response to the
Pleistocene/Holocene transition in Northwest Europe. New subscribers will
receive a full background file. To join send the command join nweurope-10kbp
firstname lastname to List Admin. Anybody wanting further information before
joining is invited to contact the list moderator Chris Tolan-Smith.
|List for sharing Web sites of interest to students of ancient Rome,
i.e. from the Etruscans to roughly 476 AD. Topics follow the Roman content of
the Web at large, and thus tend to the archaeological, but the list does cover
anything Roman, including texts, philology and history. To subscribe, send the
message subscribe RomanSites-L to List Admin.
News groups and Notice boards:
Note - unmoderated news groups contain A LOT of junk and/or nonsense mail!