|WWW Address||Site Name||Description|
|www.argos.evansville.edu||History Search||Educational site.|
|www.eurohistory.com||European History||Educational site.|
|www.henge.demon.co.uk||Prehistoric Sites||Educational site.|
|www.henge.demon.co.uk||The Ancient Sites Directory||Guide to UK monuments.|
|www.highdown.berks.sch.uk/subjects/history/guyfawkes/gfawkes.htm||Guy Fawkes||Educational site.|
|www.hyperhistory.com||History of the World||Online reference encyclopedia.|
|www.lib.uconn.edu/archnet||Archaeology Network||Links to universities and organisations and a library of resources by worldwide regions.|
|www.memst.edu/egypt/main.html||Egyptian Archaeology||Virtual tour of Egypt, displays of exhibitions and links to artifact and mummy sites.|
|www.perseus.tufts.edu||History Search||Educational site.|
|www.si.edu||Smithsonian Institute||Artifacts on display in the 16 Smithsonian museums in the USA.|
|www.utenti.micronet.it/dmeozzi/homeng.html||Megaliths||Quick time movies, tours, research and other information on ancient stones.|
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