Links to Related Web Sites A site devoted to the history, archaeology and language of the Achaemenid world. The official website for the Archaeological Institute of America with news of recent discoveries world-wide. Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies at the Australian National University. Specialises in the Middle East and Central Asia. Avesta - a source for Zoroastrian archives. Austrian Amber Road. The site is in English, German and Czech and gives details of a network of museums along the historic trade route, the Amber Road. Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads. Resources for the study of Central Asia. Silk Road Seattle. Information on a public education project using the theme of the Silk Road to explore cultural interaction across Eurasia. The International Dunhuang Project. Details of work on the Aurel Stein collection of manuscripts from the Dunhuang caves. Buddhism along the Silk Road. The website of the French Institute for Central Asian Studies (IFEAC) The Circle of Inner Asian Art (CIAA) at the School of Oriental and African Studies serves as a forum for the exchange of information about the art and cultures of the Silk Road. Popular glossy magazine with interesting articles about Eurasia Large collection of very fine images of Mongolia and good source of Mongolian information. Work of the Italian archaeological mission in Kazakhstan Lots of useful links to Central Asian archaeology sites Short account of the Chorasmian Expedition under S.P. Tolstov