THE EVER-GROWING LIST OF MY FAVORITE LINKS
Over the years I have bookmarked more than a thousand URLs for webpages I found interesting. Here are the ones I believe you'll find interesting, too.
Disclaimer: Since these are other people's pages, I am not responsible for the content on them. I want both my page and the pages on my links to be high-quality productions, so if you have any problems, like a link that doesn't work, by all means let me know. I checked these pages to make sure there is nothing pornographic on them; however, I will warn you that some are controversial. But then, finding the unexpected is what makes surfing the Web fun, isn't it?
Now pick a subject that interests you:
Answering to a Higher Authority
The Blue Letter Bible.
Bridges For Peace.
Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
Lambert Dolphin's incredible website.
God's Learning Channel.
The Internet Sacred Text Archive.
International Christian Embassy Jerusalem.
International Christian Zionist Center.
Jerusalem Institute for Western Defence
Jewish World Review.
Phil Johnson's Web Site (home of the Spurgeon Archive and other theological resources).
Judaism & Jewish Resources.
Man in the Mirror.
Jonathan Settel's Ministry.
The Shema Yisrael Torah Network.
S.P.I.M. (South Pacific Island Ministries).
The Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
The Tertullian Project.
The Tzemach Institute
Women in Green.
Links About Creationism & Catastrophism
After the Flood.
Answers In Genesis.
The Biblical Chronologist.
Center for Scientific Creation.
Centuries of Darkness.
The Creation Research Society.
The Creation Science Resource.
The Doorway Papers.
Earth Science Associates.
Edenic - The First Language.
Evolution, a Fairy Tale for Grownups!
The Handy Dandy Evolution Refuter.
Ted Holden's Catastrophism Page.
The Institute for Creation Research.
Kids 4 Truth (a Macromedia Flash! animation).
The Living Cosmos.
The Pillar of Enoch, by Helena McNeilly.
The Parthenon Code.
The Revolution Against Evolution.
The Table of Nations and the Origin of Races.
Travels of Noah Into Europe.
The Immanuel Velikovsky Archive.
When Pseudoscience Meets Honest Science.
General World History Links
(sites that cover several places & time periods)
The Alternate History Travel Guide.
Yahoo's list of Alternative History pages.
The Amazing Ancient World of Western Civilization, Act I.
The Ancient World Web Meta Index.
The Archaeology Channel.
The Debunker's Domain.
Eyewitness - history through the eyes of those who lived it.
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE).
The History Channel.
The History House.
The History Net.
In the Hall of Maat.
Lexiline's History of Civilization.
Lost Civilizations Uncovered.
The Museum of Unnatural History.
The Online Classical Literature Library.
Paul Halsall's sourcebooks.
The Puritans' Home School Curriculum.
Rivendell Educational Archive.
Royalty.nu, the World of Royalty.
Bill Stone's little-known World War II stories.
The Temple of Mank.
The Top 50 World History Blogs.
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
Matthew White's Homepage (alternate history maps).
Women in the Ancient World.
WorldArt Web Kiosk.
World History by Frank Smitha.
The World History Archive and Images From History.
The World History Compass.
My African History Links
AllAfrica Global Media.
The Baobab Project.
Everything About Kwanzaa.
The Freeman Institute.
The Queen of Sheba and Her Only Son Menyelek.
Timeline of Carthaginian History.
Gateway to Upper Egypt (my website about ancient Heracleopolis).
The Amarna Site.
Ancient Egypt (an index page).
The Ancient Egypt Site.
DeMille's Lost City.
Early Dynastic Egypt by Francesco Raffaele.
The Egypt Archive.
The Egyptian Galleries.
Egyptian Centres of Cult Worship.
Egypt, Land of Eternity.
Egyptology.com (Greg Reeder's Egypt Page).
Eternal Egypt (a multimedia site, you'll need broadband for this!).
History of Egypt (from the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism's website).
The House of Ptolemy.
The Joseph page at Christiananswers.net.
The Mummy Tombs.
Mysteries in Stone.
Narmer.pl (Starozytny Egipt).
Neferchichi's Tomb, (formerly the Tomb of the Chihuahua Pharaohs).
NOVA Online's Mysteries of the Nile.
Nunki.net (David Rohl's website).
Oxyrhynchus: A City and its Texts.
Donald Ryan's excavation of KV60.
Splendours of Ancient Egypt.
Theban Mapping Project (the official KV5 excavation site).
The Theban Royal Mummy Project.
The University of Memphis Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology.
The Upuaut Project.
Valley of the Kings Tour.
The WWW Virtual Library, Middle Eastern Studies section.
My European Links (Ancient/Classical)
Ancient Mediterranean History.
Historical Atlas of the Mediterranean.
The Internet Classics Archive.
Livius.org (Articles on Ancient History).
the Perseus Project.
Design Your Own Ancient Festival.
Celts and Other Ancient Europeans The Official Asterix Site.
Center for Basque Studies.
Dacian Virtual Museum.
The Megalithic.co.uk Shop.
The South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology.
Greek Pages Alexander the Great History Project.
A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names.
The Parthenon Code.
Etruscan and Roman Pages Capitolium.org.
Conversations With Caesar.
The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.
De Imperatoribus Romanis (Roman-Emperors.org).
Hotels in Rome.
Illustrated History of the Roman Empire.
Julius Caesar: The Last Dictator (a biography of Caesar and Rome, 100-44 B.C.).
Latin and Greek Language, and Classical Studies, and Ancient History Books.
the Mysterious Etruscans.
The National Junior Classical League.
The Roman History Reading Group.
Roman-Open Air Museum (Hechingen-Stein).
Stories from Roman History, by Lena Dalkeith.
Pagan and Christian Rome, Bill Thayer's Web Site.
Timeline: Ancient Rome.
My European History Links (Medieval & Modern)
Association for Renaissance Martial Arts - Swords & Swordsmanship.
British History Quicklist.
British Monarchy (the official site).
The Castles of Wales.
The European Ethnohistory Database.
Lady Jane Grey, the Nine Days Queen.
Joan's Mad Monarchs Series.
Medieval Life & the Hundred Years War.
The Medieval Technology Pages.
Military.cz - Ultimate Military Collection.
The New Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
Robin Hood - Bold Outlaw of Barnsdale and Sherwood.
Ron Toms rides a trebuchet!
World War I: Trenches on the Web.
The World War I Document Archive.
The Far East and Oceania
The Asian Studies WWW VL.
Cafeglobe.com (a Japanese translator).
Castle Trek: The Castle Trekking Site in Japan (Requires QuickTime).
Chinese History Resources.
The Dalai Lama.
Friendly Korea (PR.KOREA.ORG).
Guide to Thailand.
Korea-dpr.com (North Korea's official website).
Korea.net (South Korean government homepage).
The Mahabharata: A Synopsis of the Great Epic of India.
Templenet, the Comprehensive Indian Temple Website.
Tiananmen Square, 1989: The Declassified History.
My Near Eastern Links
Ancient History Stuff.
Ancient Near East Electronic Compendium.
Arab-Israeli Conflict in Maps.
The Armenian Enlightenment Chronicle.
Azerb.com (History of Azerbaijan).
Bible History Online.
The Cyprus Conflict.
The Elam History Web Page.
The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature.
Encyclopedia of the Orient.
Enuma Elish and Sumerian Religion.
F.L.A.M.E. (Facts & Logic About the Middle East).
Flavius Josephus Home Page.
Gateways to Babylon.
Hye Etch, Armenians on the Internet.
Hejleh.com, the Countries and People of Arabia.
History of Israel, from 1850-present.
Institute for the Secularisation of Islamic Society.
Iran Photo Album.
Iransaga, Persian History and Culture.
The Jerusalem Archaeological Park.
McClung Museum - Treasures From the Royal Tombs of Ur.
MEMRI -- The Middle East Media Research Institute.
Middle East Maps.
Music of the Ancient Near East.
Oman Archaeology Network.
Omdurman.org: defending Western civilization.
The Oriental Institute Museum.
Ottoman Web Site.
Persian History - Cyrus the Great.
The Right Road to Peace.
Urartu - Lost Kingdom of Van.
The World Lebanese Organization.
Russian and Central Asian Links
EurasiaNet.org (Central Asian and Caucasus News).
Inner Mongolian People's Party.
The Khazaria Info Center.
Kushan History (a rough guide).
Lemar-Aftaab (Afghan Magazine).
Mother Russia Citylink.
Pobediteli: Soldiers of the Great War (requires broadband).
The Silkroad Foundation and Silkroad.org.
Soviet-Empire.com--The USSR Online.
Treasures of the Czars.
University of Hokkaido's Slavic Studies Department.
The Western Hemisphere
American Heritage Home Page.
The American Jewish Historical Society.
American Legacy Magazine.
American Memory (the Library of Congress Digital Collection).
The Canadian Museum of Civilization.
The History Guy.
The Inca Trail and Machu Picchu.
J.J.'s Complete Guide to Canada.
Journey though Tikal.
Spanish Exploration and Conquest of Native America.
The National Portrait Gallery.
Timeline of Events Relevant to the Northern Plains Tribes.
Tour of the Florida Territory during the Seminole Wars.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Virtual Parks (Requires QuickTime).
Yucatan's Maya World Studies Center.
My wife is from the southern Philippines, and these sites were chosen to promote her native land.
ABS-CBN (The Filipino Channel).
Filipinas Magazine Online.
Make It Cebu!
Mindanao Home Page.
Noel's Philippine Folk Dances.
My World Music Links
When it comes to music, my only rule is: the more exotic the better!
Indigenous Australia Online.
Inside World Music.
Maarten's music links.
Sabah Habas, lead singer for the 3 Mustaphas 3.
World Fusion Music Links Page.
WPRK.FM (the Rollins College radio station).
Civilization Fanatics' Center.
I got some of my graphics from the following sources:
Crystal Cloud Graphics.
Neferchichi's Tomb (formerly known as the Tomb of the Chihuahua Pharaohs).
WorldArt Web Kiosk.
These folks posted links to me, and most of them didn't let me know about it. Not all of their sites are history-related, so I hope they don't mind some links back to them:
Cephas Ministry Inc. (Files About Freemasonry).
Don's Other Bookmarks.
Homeschool of Fish.
Maharaja -- Background.
Military History of Russia.
Nyahbinghi - Jerusalem School Room.
The most popular pictures from this site, shared on Pinterest.
And here are some more links I can't put in any category here:
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