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Institutions

American School of Classical Studies at Athens

Archaeological Resource Guide for Europe

Archnet
Virtual library (Univ. Connecticut)

•  British School of Archaeology at Athens

•  British School at Rome

Ecole française de Rome

Gaule Belgique
A site dedicated to the archaeology of western Gallia Belgica.

• Roman Archaeology in Britain

• Salto Sobrius: Swedish Archaeology

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Libraries

BIUM (Bibl. Inter-Univ. de Médecine)
La Bibliothèque Inter-universitaire de Médecine (BIUM,Paris) a mis en ligne la base de données ESCULAPE consacrée aux termes de pathologie en latin, réalisée dans le cadre des travaux de l'équipe CNRS "médecine romaine"dirigée par Guy Sabbah. Son but est d'aider à mieux connaître le vocabulaire médical latin dont s'est inspirée en grande partie la tradition médicale occidentale. Son originalité consiste dans la méthode adoptée de présenter les mots dans leur contexte.

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Journals

• Archaeology Magazine

Persée

Portail de revues scientifiques en sciences humaines, dont le Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique (BCH), les Dialogues d'Histoire Ancienne (DHA), Histoire et Mesure (H&M), les Mélanges de l'Ecole Française de Rome (MEFRA) et beaucoup d'autres...

Revues.org

Portail de revues en sciences humaines, dont la Revue Archéologique du Centre de la France (RACF)

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Publishers, Booksellers

Editions Monique Mergoil

The publisher, among others, of our Monographies Instrumentum, but also of a dozen of other collections interesting archaeology.

British Archaeological Reports (BAR)

• L'"Erma" di Bretschneider

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Archaeological sites

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Aquileia
The official Website of Aquileia !

• Forma Urbis Romae
Test site for exploring the Forma Urbis Romae, or Severan Marble Plan of Rome. This enormous map, measuring ca. 18.10 x 13 meters (ca. 60 x 43 feet), was created between 203-211 CE and covered an entire wall inside the Templum Pacis in Rome. It depicted the groundplan of every architectural feature in the ancient city, from large public monuments to small shops, rooms, and even staircases.

• Vindolanda Trust

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Archaeological Museums

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• Aalen Limesmuseum

Napoli : Museo Archeologico Nazionale

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Museums

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Instrumentum themes...

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1• Crafts in general

2• Mines and quarries

3• Workshops

4• Tools and equipment

5•  Iron & steel manufacture

6•  Bronzeworking

7•  Leather work

8• Textiles and basketry

9• Silver

10• Writing instruments

11• Stamps

Fasti On-Line

Recherche épigraphique

12• Graffitti

Recherche épigraphique

13• Stone sculpture

14• Wood carving

15• Bronze statuettes

16• Terracotta statuettes

Coroplastic Studies Interest Group

Cyrenaica Terracottas

17• Furniture

18• Metal vessels

19• Glass vessels

•  Corning Museum of Glass: a Glossary of Glass Terms

• Roman Glass: A Window on the Ancient World

20• Lamps and lighting

21• Jewelry

22• Peronal ornaments

Fibula88

Forum dedicated to Roman brooches (collectors)

 

23• Toilet objects

Miroirs étrusques et prénestins

24• Medical instruments

25• Weaponry

26• Military equipment

Armamentarium
The Book of Roman arms and armour (trial version).

Armée romaine
The Roman Army page

• Roman Army in Britian


27• Harness and cart fittings

28• Musical instruments

• Archéologie musicale médiévale

29• Objects of wood, bone, ivoiry

30• Building materials & accessories

31• Trade, transport

32• Weights and measure

33. Céramique

Amphores romaines

Céramique sigillée

 

•  British School at Rome

Carnuntum

Christophe Picod
Site dedicated to the archaeology of wood turning. More than 650 references and photographic documentation

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