- Ancient Scotland
Information and resources about Ancient Scotland.
- Ancient Lothian: Historic Edinburgh & South-East Scotland
The online guide to the cultural traditions behind Scotland's capitol region, from times primeval to medieval and beyond. Here, you can explore the deeper side of Edinburgh and its historical outer limits — the bits you won't find in the average guide.
- Insula Moenia - Ancient Monuments
Cairns, passage graves, long barrows and bronze-age mounds are all to be found on M?n, and there are "only" aprox. 173 preserved burial grounds to look at on this 217km? small island !
- Timeless Myths
A collection of myths and legend from Classical Greece and Rome, Norse and Celtic mythology, as well as Arthurian legend.
- Stones of Wonder
Stones of Wonder is a unique guide to the astronomical alignments built into the ancient standing stones, stone circles and cairns of Scotland. All the sites are illustrated, and the guide includes suggestions for the best times of year to visit.
- The Cosquer Cave
- The Scottish Crannog Centre
Relive the Past at the Scottish Crannog Centre, Loch Tay, Perthshire, Scotland - What is a Crannog - Underwater Archaeology at Oakbank Crannog - Open to the Public - also includes the Scottish Crannog Centre exhibition and VRML Crannog Demo.
- Ancient Music of Ireland
Ancient music of Ireland
- Norse Mythology
- The Picts: An introduction
An introduction to the Picts
- The History of Caerleon, Roman Isca, Court of King Arthur
The history of Caerleon, Wales - from Iron Age to present day. Includes many source documents of great use to researchers.
- Ancient Scotland
An extensive pictorial guide to the prehistory of Scotland
- Clothing of the Ancient Celts
- Vikings: the North Atlantic Saga
- Hadrian's Wall web site
- Roman Open Air Museum Hechingen-Stein.
A Villa Rustica from Roman Times A reconstructed Roman villa rustica from the 1st to the 3rd century A.D. Description of the site, walking tour and panoramic views.
- Stone Pages - A guide to European megaliths
Stone circles, dolmens, standing stones, cairns and barrows: welcome to the first guide to European megaliths and other ancient sites
- The Virtual Mithraeum A temple to the Roman god Mithras
Explore the ruins of the 3rd century temple to the Roman god Mithras at Carrawburgh on Hadrians Wall, and the reconstruction on display in the Museum of Antiquities at the University of Newcastle, through Virtual Reality.
- Bodies of the Bogs
Over the past centuries, remains of many hundreds of people--men, women, and children--have come to light during peat cutting activities in northwestern Europe, especially in Ireland, Great Britain, the Netherlands, northern Germany, and Denmark.
- Mysterious Places - Stonehenge
- Irish Archaeology
Irish archaeology on the Internet
- NOVA Online | The Vikings
NOVA Online presents The Vikings
- The World of the Vikings; the definitive guide to viking resources on the internet
The World of the Vikings; the definitive guide to viking resources on the internet.