SII199H1S: The Process of Archaeological Discovery
This guide is intended for students of SSI199: The Process of Archaeological Discovery. Its contents may be helpful to others who are investigating the issue of archaeological discovery and the media's role in disseminating such finds to the public.
A digital library of approximately 550,000 digital images in the areas of art, architecture and the humanities and social sciences. The user can set up an account in order to save or share images with others.
Descriptions and images of objects held in the British Museum. The British Museum Collection database includes records for the Museum's collections of objects from Africa; the Americas; central, east, south and southeast Asia; ancient Egypt and Sudan; Europe; ancient Greece and Rome; Oceania; prehistory, and prints, drawings and other works of flat art from all over the world. The database contains records for more than 1.7 million objects, with new records and images added every week as work on the database continues. When complete, it will contain a record of every object in the Museum collection.
Allows a search of Grove Encyclopedia of Art online, The Oxford Companion to Western Art, The Enyclopedia of Aesthetics, and The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms, as well as images in any of these titles. The Grove Encyclopedia of Art online contains both essays and images.