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Human Biodiversity (Physical Anthropology, Population Genetics)

Biological Anthropology Resources on the World Wide Web
A scholarly resource for those interested in biological anthropology and related disciplines.

Dienekes' Anthropology Blog
News and musings of anthropological interest with an emphasis on human population genetics and physical anthropology (XML feed).

Evidence for Anglo-Saxon Mass Migration
Audiovisual presentation courtesy of The Centre for Genetic Anthropology, Departments of Anthropology and of Biology, University College London.

The Genographic Project
Launched in April 2005, the Genographic Project is a five-year genetic anthropology study that aims to map historical human migration patterns by collecting and analyzing DNA samples from over 100,000 people across five continents.

AnthroScape: Human Biodiversity Forum
The heir to Dienekes Pontikos' legendary DODONA forum, an arena for the discussion of all aspects of human biodiversity.

Maxwell Museum of Anthropology: Laboratory of Human Osteology

The Maxwell Museum’s Laboratory of Human Osteology specializes in numerous facets of physical anthropology. The laboratory serves as a repository of human remains, which includes prehistoric, documented, and forensic remains.

Quetzalcoatl Anthropology Forum
Discussions pertaining to Asian culture and anthropology.

skadi.net - Anthropogeny, Anthropology, & Genetics On-Line Archive

One of the oldest sites on the Internet, providing a wealth of information and studies about ethnogenesis, linguistics, cultural and physical anthropology and genetics of the human species with a particular focus on Europoids, Northern Europeans and Germanics.


Archaeology

Athena Review
Journal of Archaeology, History, and Exploration.

The Bradshaw Foundation
This website pertains to matters such as rock art, archaeology, and anthropology, for the purpose of education.

Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads (CSEN)

Harappa
Harappa.com is a media spigot to South Asia's past. The objective is archaeological: literally in the case of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, metaphorically in the excavations of early modern media from the Raj period.

Kurgans, Ritual Sites, and Settlements: Eurasian Bronze and Iron Age
A series of papers on the archaeology of early Eurasian nomads.

The Megalithic Portal
Concerned with the legacy of the Megaliths.

Mysterious Places
Explore Sacred Sites and Ancient Civilizations.

The Prehistoric Ceramics Research Group
With a view to promoting regular contact between those with interests in prehistoric ceramics.

The Prehistoric Society
The Prehistoric Society's interests are world wide and extend from the earliest human origins to the emergence of written records.



Linguistics

Indo-European Database
A joint resource of Indo-European languages, history, archaeology and religion.

Indo-European Etymological Dictionary
Excellent and ambitious project with the threefold objective of 1) compiling etymological databases containing the inherited vocabulary of various Indo-European branches, 2) creating an Indo-European etymological database on the Internet, and 3) compiling a new Indo-European etymological dictionary, which will replace Julius Pokorny's Indogermanisches etymologisches Wörterbuch.

Indo-European Roots Index
As found in The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, by Calvert Watkins.

Indogermanisches Wörterbuch
Indo-European - German dictionary, assembled by Professor Gerhard Köbler of Universität Innsbruck. His list of publications also features downloadable dictionaries of the various early Germanic dialects, as well as Proto-Germanic.

Journal of Indo-European Studies
A medium for the exchange and synthesis of information relating to the anthropology, archaeology, mythology, philology, and general cultural history of the Indo-European speaking peoples.

The Paleolithic Continuity Theory on Indo-European Origins
We argue that the appearance of Indo-Europeans coincides with the first regional settlement of Homo Sapiens Sapiens in the Middle/Upper Paleolithic, and we propose a comprehensive, interdisciplinary framework for the Indo-European origins, the Paleolithic Continuity Theory (PCT).

Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien (TITUS)
A project of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, aimed at collecting information about Indo-European languages, and improving collaboration between scholars. An excellent textual resource.


Discussion Forums

Nordfolk
Nordfolk is a forum for Northern Europeans to discuss matters of northern heritage, culture, politics and history.

nordisk.nu
Portal för nordisk identitet, kultur och tradition.

Skadi Forum
Germanic cultural, racial, and spiritual preservation. Defending freedom, social justice and the Germanic leitkultur.