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Archaeology is as old as mankind yet as new as the latest discovery. Archaeology has never failed to fascinate inquisitive minds, facilitate academic disciplines, and formulate our cultural history.

ArchaeologyExpert is a practical resource that conveniently catalogues a wealth of pertinent articles in relevant lists, suitable for the professional to the enthusiastic amateur. It is rapidly becoming a principal data source for archaeological information.

The website is remarkably comprehensive. It includes individual profiles on famous archaeologists, the basics of excavation with a glossary of terms, a variety of specialisations within archaeology, key articles on important finds and artefacts, and information on how and where to find work on an archaeological dig.

Until now, researchers were required to cross search an array of information sources in order to investigate archaeological topics. ArchaeologyExpert has compiled all this into one easy to navigate site that is written with the web reader in mind. Quickly find precise archaeological information all displayed at one location.

You will find that the home page interface is user friendly. Topic headings have drop down lists that create a seamless browsing environment. The articles are both current and interesting. New articles are regularly added and information is updated. Readers of ArchaeologyExpert can be assured of well presented, accurate data, of the highest standard, suitable for research projects, assignments, or to increase your general knowledge about archaeology.

There is no easier way to locate comprehensive archaeological information than ArchaeologyExpert.

We really want to help spread the word and if you can help by linking to ArchaeologyExpert then we really appreciate your help.

For a short text based link you could simply cut and paste the following code into your page:

It will appear on your page looking something like:

ArchaeologyExpert.co.uk - extensive information on archaeology and artefacts

Or alternatively:

Which will appear looking like:

ArchaeologyExpert.co.uk:

Archaeology is as old as mankind yet as new as the latest discovery. Archaeology has never failed to fascinate inquisitive minds, facilitate academic disciplines, and formulate our cultural history.

ArchaeologyExpert is a practical resource that conveniently catalogues a wealth of pertinent articles in relevant lists, suitable for the professional to the enthusiastic amateur. It is rapidly becoming a principal data source for archaeological information.

The website is remarkably comprehensive. It includes individual profiles on famous archaeologists, the basics of excavation with a glossary of terms, a variety of specialisations within archaeology, key articles on important finds and artefacts, and information on how and where to find work on an archaeological dig.

Until now, researchers were required to cross search an array of information sources in order to investigate archaeological topics. ArchaeologyExpert has compiled all this into one easy to navigate site that is written with the web reader in mind. Quickly find precise archaeological information all displayed at one location.

You will find that the home page interface is user friendly. Topic headings have drop down lists that create a seamless browsing environment. The articles are both current and interesting. New articles are regularly added and information is updated. Readers of ArchaeologyExpert can be assured of well presented, accurate data, of the highest standard, suitable for research projects, assignments, or to increase your general knowledge about archaeology.

There is no easier way to locate comprehensive archaeological information than ArchaeologyExpert.

If you have any questions please let us know.

Thanks

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