Digital Archaeological Atlas of the Holy Land
March 3, 2009 2:12 AM   Subscribe

The Digital Archaeological Atlas of the Holy Land is a comprehensive spatially-referenced database of current archaeological knowledge of all periods of Levantine history and prehistory. Spatial search is a good entry point, as are the Palestine Exploration Fund historic maps. You can also search by time period or dig into the many ancient Empires of the area. Or just look at everything in the database. The site is a work in progress, but a cool one powered by a consortium of over 30 professional archaeologists. May require Google Maps. via
posted by Rumple (4 comments total) 11 users marked this as a favorite

[This is very Good]. Many Thanks.
posted by adamvasco at 3:55 AM on March 3, 2009

It's even neater if you tie it in with a timeline of Art History.
posted by adamvasco at 4:05 AM on March 3, 2009

See also
posted by DU at 4:54 AM on March 3, 2009

This is neat, thank you!
posted by headspace at 6:23 AM on March 3, 2009

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