Links to Related Web Sites

www.achemenet.com A site devoted to the history, archaeology and language of the Achaemenid world.

www.archaeological.org The official website for the Archaeological Institute of America with news of recent discoveries world-wide.

http://arts.anu.edu.au/cais Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies at the Australian National University. Specialises in the Middle East and Central Asia.

www.avesta.org Avesta - a source for Zoroastrian archives.

www.bernsteinstrasse.net 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.

www.csen.org Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads.

www.cesww.fas.harvard.edu Resources for the study of Central Asia.

http://depts.washington.edu/uwch/silkroad/index.shtml Silk Road Seattle. Information on a public education project using the theme of the Silk Road to explore cultural interaction across Eurasia.

http://idp.bl.uk The International Dunhuang Project. Details of work on the Aurel Stein collection of manuscripts from the Dunhuang caves. Buddhism along the Silk Road.

http://www.ifeac.org The website of the French Institute for Central Asian Studies (IFEAC)

http://www.soas.ac.uk/ciaa 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.

http://www.steppemagazine.com/home.html Popular glossy magazine with interesting articles about Eurasia

http://www.ub-mongolia.mn Large collection of very fine images of Mongolia and good source of Mongolian information.

http://www.isiao.it/2009/attivita-istituzionali/attivita-di-ricerca/centro-scavi-e-ricerche-archeologiche/kazakhstan Work of the Italian archaeological mission in Kazakhstan

http://www.cyberpursuits.com/archeo/cntrlasia-arch.asp Lots of useful links to Central Asian archaeology sites

http://www.transoxiana.org/12/yatsenko-tolstov_chorasmia.php Short account of the Chorasmian Expedition under S.P. Tolstov