Hosted by the University of Chicago, a dictionary, of the ancient language Demotic Egyptian, which contains thousands of words chronicling the everyday lives of people in ancient Egypt — including what taxes they paid, what they expected in a marriage and how much work they had to do for the government.
A digitized collection of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Hundreds of manuscripts made up of thousands of fragments - discovered from 1947 until the early 1960s in the Judean Desert along the western shore of the Dead Sear. The hi-res images are extremely detailed and can be accessed through various search options on the site.
A comprehensive resource for research on the Giza Pyramids and surrounding tombs, temples, settlements, and artifacts. It contains photographs and other documents from the original Harvard University - Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition (1904 to 1947), from recent MFA fieldwork, and from other expeditions, museums, and universities around the world.
With a focus on the social and cultural factors of human health and medicine, this guide is an essential research tool for information, resources, and networking in the academic and professional study of medical sociology and medical anthropology.
This project seeks to improve the understanding of a central Haitian and Haitian-American spiritual tradition by gathering the audiovisual and textual sources of Vodou communities. Part of a long tradition of scholarly work stretching back to the early 20th century that has sought to counter reductionist and racist visions of religion through ethnography, analysis of visual culture and music, and an exploration of Vodou's languages and history.