General archaeological resources
Archaeology: an introduction
The online companion to the fifth edition of Kevin Greene’s textbook, hosted by its publisher, Routledge.
The Council for British Archaeology
Archaeology for all; The CBA is an educational charity working throughout the UK to involve people in archaeology and to promote the appreciation and care of the historic environment for the benefit of present and future generations.
General sceptical resources
The Skeptic’s Dictionary
A website and a book featuring definitions, arguments and essays on topics ranging from acupuncture to zombies. It provides a lively, commonsense trove of detailed information on things supernatural, paranormal, and pseudoscientific. The Web site was created in 1994 and is still evolving. The book was published in 2003 by John Wiley & Sons.
Le site de Marc Hallet
The site of Belgian sceptic Marc Hallet, with a particular focus on debunking UFO and paranormal claims. Vous y trouverez des pistes, des moyens et des conseils qui vous aideront à acquérir une certaine tournure d’esprit qui vous sera utile afin de vous forger désormais vos propres opinions en vous méfiant de tout ce que certains peuvent affirmer dans un but rarement désintéressé… In French.
Sites countering Bad Archaeology
Your antidote to cyber-twaddle and misguided research about the ancient world.
The BS Historian
Sceptical Commentary on Pseudohistory and the Paranormal.
Hot Cup of Joe
Archaeology, Anthropology,Science, & Skepticism by a graduate in Antrhopology from the University of Texas at Arlington, with a fascination with pseudoarchaeology and so-called “alternative” archaeology and what it is that drives people to believe in this and other pseudoscientific notions.
Catchpenny Mysteries of Ancient Egypt
Larry Orcutt’s site debunking various misconceptions and outright lies about Ancient Egypt.
Jason Colavito: author, editor, & skeptical xenoarchaeologist
The sceptical site of “an author and editor based in Albany, NY, … internationally recognized by scholars, literary theorists, and scientists for his pioneering work exploring the connections between science, pseudoscience, and speculative fiction.”