- ABZU: A Guide to Information Related to the Study of the Ancient Near East on the Web
Middle East Peace Links in Ariga
Middle East Network Information Center at the University of Texas
"A public service of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. MENIC provides one of the largest and most comprehensive directory of on-line resources about the Middle East available on the Internet."
Golan Heights Information Server
Arabs and Arabic
- 'Reflections on Fieldwork Among The Sinai Bedouin Women'
A "searchable database of both comprehensive and general news and information on Middle East and North African countries."
Nagib Surur: Egyptian Poet and Playwright
"ArabDataNet offers a focused gateway to information on the Arab world. Established and maintained by the National US.-Arab Chamber of Commerce, ArabDataNet aims to offer value-added information on the Arab countries."
League of Arab States
The official site of the Arab League
Israel and Jewish
- The World Fact Book: Israel
Jewish Virtual Library
The Israel Insider
Israel and the Palestines
Israel: A Country Study
"Part of the Country Studies/Area Handbook series "describing and analyzing [Israel's] political, economic, social, and national security systems and institutions, and examining the interrelationships of those systems and the ways they are shaped by cultural factors."
The Israel National Museum Of Science, Technology and Space
Karmiel, Israel: The Gateway to the Galilee
Virtual Shtetl: Yiddish Language and Culture
Home Page http://www.ibiblio.org/yiddish/shtetl.html
Usenet Groups related to Israel and Jewish
- The World Fact Book: Turkey
Portals to the World: Turkey
From the Library of Congress
Turkey: A Country Study
"Part of the Country Studies/Area Handbook series "describing and analyzing [Turkey's] political, economic, social, and national security systems and institutions, and examining the interrelationships of those systems and the ways they are shaped by cultural factors."
Regional Information on Turkey
- The Ancient Egypt Web Site
"Explores more than 3,000 years of Ancient Egyptian history, from the end of prehistory at around 3,000 BC to the closing of the last Egyptian temple in 535/537 AD."
Life in Ancient Egypt
Online exhibit of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History's Ancient Egypt collection
The British Museum: Ancient Egypt
About.com's guide to the mythology of ancient Egypt
John Romer Resource Page
Site for famous Egyptologist and author, John Romer
International Association of Egyptologists
Egyptian Museum in Cairo
Ancient Egyptian Culture
from the E-museum at Minnesota State University at Mankato
The Theban Mapping Project
Web site for the Theban Mapping Project --" Since its inception in 1978, the Theban Mapping Project (TMP, now based at the American University in Cairo) has been working to prepare a comprehensive archaeological database of Thebes. With its thousands of tombs and temples, Thebes is one of the world's most important archaeological zones. "
Egypt: Complete Guide for Travel, Ancient & Modern Egypt, Welcome
Presented by Tour Egypt: Official Site of the Ministry of Tourism, Egypt
Egypt: History from the Ministry of Tourism, Egypt
The Egypt Centre
Official site for the Egypt Centre at the University of Wales Swansea
The Egyptian Society of South Africa
"is now represented on the Internet with our own WebSite. The site includes information about out regular programme, lectures, newsletter, information, news and a
series of interesting and informative links."
ABZU Regional Index: Egypt
Excellent list of links to Egyptological sites with some exclusive information. Formerly at SUNY, Binghampton
Duke Papyrus Archive
Griffith Institute, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Oriental Institute at The University of Chicago
Recording, Processing and Archiving Carbonized Papyri
Sussex College of Egyptology
Papyrus of Ani; Egyptian Book of the Dead - Budge
from the University of Pennsylvania's African Studies Center
The Building of the First Aswan Dam and the Inundation of Lower Nubia:
Images from the Collections of the Kelsey Museum
Portals to Eternity: The Necropolis at Terenouthis in Lower Egypt
The University of Michigan's Reconnaissance Expedition
Louvre - Department of Egyptian Antiquities
Egyptian Hieroglyphic Fonts
A massive (900 character) hieroglyphic font set in PostScript and Bitmapped formats. A Windows True Type hieroglyphic font set.
- The World Fact Book: Egypt
Portals to the World: Egypt
From the Library of Congress
Egypt: A Country Study
"Part of the Country Studies/Area Handbook series "describing and analyzing Egypt's political, economic, social, and national security systems and institutions, and examining the interrelationships of those systems and the ways they are shaped by cultural factors." From the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress." *
Regional Information on Egpyt
* annotations from Librarians' Index to the Internet