The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago supports this website, which provides internet resources for the study of the ancient Near East.
This is the ASOR-affiliated overseas research center in Amman, Jordan.
The website of the American Oriental Society.
The ASOR website gives access to a number of events, excavations, activities and procedures of the American Schools of Oriental Research and its branch centers: CAARI on Cyprus, The Albright in Jerusalem, ACOR in Amman, and the Baghdad and Damascus Committees. An important resource for information about many things archaeological.
The website for the Archaeological Institute of America, which has one of the most comprehensive lecture programs in existence anywhere.
La Sierra University's Center for Near Eastern Archaeology sponsors excavations in Jordan, lecture series, and elementary school student digs, and boasts two major labs and collections of artifacts numbering nearly 20,000.
The website for the Institute of Archaeology at Andrews University, sponsor of the Madaba Plains Project. It provides information about the Madaba Plains Project, the Horn Archaeological Museum, publications and other projects.
This website contains some of the reports of Madaba Plains Project participants.
This URL offers lesson plans developed in 2005 and 2009 at NEH teachers workshops held at Boston University and Andrews University, respectively.
This is an interactive, instructional website on the discovery of the now famous Uluburun shipwreck off the coast of Turkey.
An interactive, educational website on the "four-room" house discovered at Tal al-`Umayri, Jordan.