Search over two million objects -- many with images -- from the entire Museum collection including extensive collections from Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, and Egypt. Can limit search to images only. For information on using images and information from the website, go to http://www.britishmuseum.org/about_this_site/terms_of_use.aspx.
Provides free and open access to over 800,000 images digitized from the New York Public Library's vast collections. Terms and conditions for using images on this site are found at http://www.nypl.org/help/about-nypl/legal-notices/website-terms-and-conditions
Allows users to search for items in the museum's collection -- with over 300,000 images. Collections are strongest in the cultures of North, Central, and South America, and the Oceania (Pacific Islands). For information on using images and other content on the website, go to http://www.peabody.harvard.edu/node/778.
Search over 7.81 million catalog records with 767,000 images, video and sound files, and other resources housed at the Smithsonian museums, archives, and libraries. For information on using images and other content from the web site, go http://si.edu/termsofuse.
Search the Penn Museum's digital collections including 329,000 object records representing 665,000 objects with 67,000 images. Collection strengths in Africa, Asia, Babylonia, Egypt, Europe, Greece and Rome, and Oceania. Information about using images found at http://www.penn.museum/collections/about.php.
Provides access to the California State University IMAGE Project containing approximately 80,000 images. Global in coverage and includes all areas of visual imagery. Users are free to use images for non-profit educational purposes, but should give credit to the copyright holders.
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Ethnographic Video Online is made available to users of the Wichita State University Libraries by the Department of Anthropology through the generous support of the David and Sally Jackman Endowment Fund.
In Reserve: GN21.B56 S5 1986 through GN21.S65 F545 1986. Series of DVDs distributed by Royal Anthropological Institute on important anthropologists: Sir Baldwin Spencer, William Rivers, Bronislaw Malinowski, Margaret Mead, and Edward Evans-Pritchard.
Part of the Archaeological Legacy Institute (ALI), an independent, nonprofit, research and education corporation in Oregon since 1999. Priority mission is to support The Archaeology Channel (films, news, commentary, interactive programs, etc.), partnering with film and program producers, and the development of authentic computer games