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A Guide to Internet Resources in Anthropology

(with special thanks to Allan Lutins, Anita Cohen, and Lisa Mitton whose piorneering efforts compiling lists of anthropology web sites make projects such as this much easier)



Guides to Internet Resources on Anthropology

Anita Cohen's List of Anthropology Web Sites is a search engine that "queries a database of over 40,000 reviewed web sites with anthropological content built by the interests of its users." It operates by collecting search terms submitted by its users and using "proprietary software to hunt down internet based journal articles, well developed topical sites and bibliographic references for anthropology, archaeology and the other social sciences." In addition, the site features a 53-item table of contents to selected topics that offer "recommended readings" and listings of annotated Websites. The search engine gives results in order of relevance to the original search term and provides a description comprised of the first 100 characters or so on each Website returned. A search for "feminism," for instance, generated nineteen quality sites on various aspects of feminism in relation to the disciplines mentioned above. A what’s new section also provides a listing of recent additions to the database. (Scout Report for the Social Sciences, 5/30/2000)


Anthropological Index Online
Anthropology Branch of the Smithsonian Institution Libraries
Anthropology: Some Potentially Useful Reference Sources

Anthropology Resources on the Internet

Anthropology on the Internet: A Review and Evaluation of Networked Resources

Anthropological Review Database

An extensive collection of book reviews in anthropology searchable by title, author or subject.  Great resources.

LSU Libraries Webliography: Anthropology
Naked Scientific Archaeology & Co-Ed Physical Anthropology Page  
Public Anthropology

The home of the ANTHROPOLOGY JOURNAL ARCHIVE PROJECT, the brainchild of Robert Borofsky.  This is a must-visit site for professional anthropologists and students.

Resources in Ethnography

Selected Resources in Anthropology
UCSB Cool Web Links

University of Arizona Anthropology Links

Web Site Excellence
Western Connecticut State University List: Anthropology Internet Resources
WWW Virtual Library: Anthropology
Yahoo Anthropology/Archaeology Server

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 Cultural Anthropology Sites

African Lives
A Line in the Sand

American Studies Recommendations

Created and maintained by Richard P. Horwitz of the University of Iowa, this metapage offers a well-organized collection of select (unannotated) links for American Studies. The site has a nice clean design, with the links grouped by category (Material Culture, Religion, History, Jobs, etc.) and accessed via tabs at the top of the page. Horwitz has also posted the full text of a number of his articles on American Studies. The selectiveness of the site and its easy-to-use design make this an excellent starting point for anyone searching for online resources for American Studies and related topics.


With the announcement of the move of the 2004 Annual Meeting to Atlanta in December, AnthroCommons was proposed by AAA members as a way to make the the conference accessible and sustainable by providing a forum for the dissemination and discussion of the scholarly program.  AnthroCommons provides AAA members with a “virtual conference facility” for the exchange and discussion of conference papers prepared for the 2004 meetings.

Anthropology K-12

Anthropologie et Developpement

A wonderful site maintained by Professor Guillermo Yáñez with resources on anthropology and development as well as curricular materials.   The site is in French.

Avenir des Peuples des Forets Tropicales (APFT)--The Future of Tropical Rainforest Peoples
Less Graphical Interface
Aboriginal Studies on the WWW: The Internet Guide to Aboriginal Studies
American Folklore Center of the Library of Congress
Amazon Interactive
ANTHAP (Applied Anthropology Computer Network) Home Page
Anthronet at University of Virginia
Anthropological Index Online
Anthropologist in the Field
Anthropology 2, University of California-Berkeley [Frames]
Anthropology 110/310, University of Kansas
Anthropology in the News
Canadian Collections Concerning First Nations

The Canela Indians of Northeastern Central Brazil [.pdf, QuickTime]
Based largely on the pioneering research of Bill Crocker, this site on the Canela Indians of Central Brazil is hosted by the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Designed to educate a general audience about the life and activities of the Canela, the site contains numerous sections that allow visitors to explore a world that few persons will be able to visit. First-time visitors will want to read the short essay ("About the Canela") before proceeding to the Daily Life chronology, which lists the activities of the Canela on an average day, including a men's council meeting and sing-dancing. A literature section offers numerous papers written by Bill Crocker on various aspects of Canela life, such as their initiation festivals and their relationships with ghosts. Finally, visitors will want to check out a short video showing Canela men engaging in one of their most unique daily activities, log racing.

Caribbean Amerindian Centrelink

Center for Anthropology and Science Communications
Center for World Indigenous Studies
Clifford Geertz's Interpretation of Culture
Comparative Religion--A Directory of Internet Resources for the Academic Study of Religion
Context: Sustainable Culture
The Crees of Northern Quebec: A Photographic Essay
Culturelink [Frames]
Cultural Survival
Cultures of the World
Economic Development Web Site
The Edge of Enchantment: Sovereignty and Ceremony in Huatulco, Mexico [Flash]
The experience of place and space in many cultures is one that finds a variety of expressions, often with a conflation of rituals and ceremonies with certain physical locales or land formations, such as hills, bays, rivers, and valleys. This online exhibit from the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, created from the research of Alicia Maria Gonzalez and the photography of Roberto Ysais, interrogates the importance of different places among the people of the Huatulco and Huamelula region in Mexico. Visitors will want to orient themselves to the material covered here by reading a brief introductory essay composed by Ms. Gonzalez that discusses her fieldwork and the nature of encantos, or enchanted places. Given the importance of space and landforms to these people, it is appropriate that the exhibit is divided into sections such as rivers, mountains, and valleys. Within each section, a brief essay is complemented by visual materials, such as historic photographs of local residents and contemporary photographs of people and the land. Overall, this is an exhibit that does a fine job of evoking the power of place among the people of this region. The exhibit is also available in Spanish.
Equality Now

Everything Postmodern

Well, maybe not everything, but this Website, posted in 1999 and recently updated, offers plenty of links to materials on the Web about postmodernism and by postmodernists. The site has annotated links of online journals dealing with the postmodern, Websites devoted to the topic, and a directory of links devoted to well-known postmodern theorists, such as Foucault, Baudrillard, Habermas, Richard Rorty, and others (lists for some of the theorists are still under construction). For instance, if you want to read something online by the arch-deacon of deconstruction, Jacques Derrida, this is a place to start. There is also an interesting collection of "fringe" resources, including such things as the Postmodern Bible which "is itself an illustration of the postmodern transformation of biblical studies for which it argues" and other similarly tantalizing sites. The site is maintained by Gregory Broquard, an erstwhile philosophy graduate student interested in questions of epistemology and skepticism.

Feminist Anthropology

Compiled by a graduate student in anthropology at Indiana University, Angela Bratton, this Website offers an overview of the history and theory of feminist anthropology and includes a substantial bibliography of relevant sources. The Website also summarizes the current state of feminist anthropology at a professional level in a section on organizations and resources. In addition, a diagram offers a historical sense of the development of the "three waves" of feminist anthropology and their affiliations with larger theoretical movements in anthropology and social theory. (Scout Report for Social Sciences, 5/30/2000)

G.I. Jones -- S.E. Nigerian Art and Culture

The Genesis Project

This Thinkquest site allows users to explore the creation myths of religions and cultures around the world. The site offers summaries of a variety of myths as well as discussions of some of the parallel motifs that run through many of them. There is an alphabetical glossary of key terms—mostly the names of Gods and their abodes— and the entire site is searchable. The summaries of creation myths are written in a generic style, so they are best used as introductory information rather than as fully authentic representations of the cultures from which they’re derived.

Handbook on Ethical Issues in Anthropology
Humanities Interactive Border Studies [frames]

Indian Peoples of the Northern Great Plains

Created with grant support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services National Leadership Grant Program, this online database highlights the photographic and visual record of current and former Indian groups from the Northern Great Plains. Housed at Montana State University, this particular online collection was designed to provide students, researchers, and the general public with direct access to valuable primary source material on Plains Indian cultures. The general organization of the site's archival materials is by tribe, but there are several themed collections, including one of Blackfeet tipis. The search options are quite impressive, as users can search by subject, date, location, tribe, and artist or photographer, along with further refining each search by looking by the geographical location of where the item is currently held.

Indigenous Peoples Literature
Institute for Ecology and Action Anthropology
Initiative on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity
Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation

Inuit and Englishman: The Nunavut Voyages of Martin Frobisher

Japanese Oldtales: A Multilingual E-text Collection [Java]

Karen Strom's Native American Resources
K.i.s.s. of the panopticon: a cultural theory Web site
Kinship and Social Organization: An Interactive Tutorial
Linkages Project at UC Irvine: Kinship Databases
List of Journals and Abbreviations
Living the Legacy: The Women's Rights Movement 1848-1998

National Anthropological Archives (NAA)

"The National Anthropological Archives collects and preserves historical and contemporary anthropological materials that document the world’s cultures and the history of the discipline."
Native American Home Pages
Nativeweb-An Internet Community
Plentitude: An online book about the creation of new culture. Grant McCracken

Prelude to the Study of a Totem Pole

This Website, designed by a graduate student in anthropology and supported by the University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology, focuses on the history and meaning of a Thunderbird totem pole carved in the mid- to late-1800s by a member of the Gitanyow tribe from the upper Skeena river area in British Columbia. The innovative Website has three components. The In the Village section offers a history of the tribe, the carver, the commissioner (Chief Wixha), and the village in which it was erected. Betwixt and Between explores the time when "the Thunderbird totem pole was in storage or transit between its original home in the village of Gitanyow and its present home in the Museum of Anthropology." Finally, In the Museum discusses the pole’s cultural and spiritual significances as determined by scholars. The result is a site not only well-linked and highly informative about the totem poles and culture of this area, but one that examines the processes by which "native" meanings are inevitably recontextualized by institutional involvement. A CD-ROM based on this site is due out this year.

Psychology of Religion Page
Reflections on Fieldwork among the Sinai Bedouin Women
Selection of Web Sites on Indigenous Peoples people
Shamanistic Dimensions

The Silicon Valley Cultures Project Website

The Silicon Valley Cultures Project, from the anthropology department at San Jose State University, "is a ten year ethnographic study of the cultures living and working in the hi-tech communities of Silicon Valley." Professors Charles Darrah and J. A. English-Lueck began the project in 1991, and this Website presents the preliminary findings of the study. The site contains an overview and background information on the project, as well as short project papers, student papers, and information on future studies associated with the project. The Silicon Valley Cultures Project is a truly interesting look at the world of hi-tech culture. (Scout Report for Business and Economics, 6/1/2000)

Sinai Bedouin Women

Society and Culture/Yahoo

The Society for the Anthropology of Europe (SAE) Web Site

The Society is a sub-unit of the American Anthropological Association.  The website contains information about the society and its activities, along with teaching and research materials on European societies and cultures.

Story of the Hudson's Bay Company.
Theory in Anthropology
Third World Network
Tibet Information Network
Two Nations of Black America--PBS [RealPlayer]
Understanding Terrorism (PBS)
What is Culture?

who stole the tee pee? [Flash 4]

who stole the tee pee? is a phrase coined by artist George Littlechild, as a way of asking how contact and coexistence with White culture during the last 300 years has altered Native American traditions and beliefs. Organized by the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) and Atlatl, an organization that promotes the work of contemporary Native American Artists, this exhibition combines historical artifacts from NMAI's collection and works by living Native American artists to seek answers to this question. The show has four main galleries: changing reservation realities, school bells and haircuts, tolerating tourists, and beyond smoke and mirrors. Each of the galleries includes an introduction explaining its focus (e.g., tolerating tourists talks about the commodification of Indian culture) and "gallery space," a view that presents historical artifacts surrounded by related modern works. The exhibition makes heavy use of mouse-overs and animation to present information, but plainer alternatives are offered: from the index, users can select contemporary artists' names to see their works (albeit by mouse-over), view historical objects selected from a list, and read plain ASCII text versions of all the exhibition label copy. There are also convenient back to main menu links throughout the exhibition to aid the lost. (Scout Report 12/14/01)

World Food Habits Bibliography

"Professor Robert Dirks of Illinois State University compiled this comprehensive list of resources for the anthropological study of food and culture. The World Food Habits Bibliography is subdivided into regional and topical lists. All regions of the globe are included and topic areas cover various facets of food-related studies. In addition, a special section provides a list of resources related to the study of the American diet from 1891 to 1942." (The Scout Report for Social Sciences, 10/20/98)

World Game Institute (see if you can solve the world's problems)
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 Linguistics Resources on the Web

 Explore! Linguistics (devoted to introducing high school students to the
study of language and linguistics)
 Ethnologue (Languages of the World)
 Human Languages Page (I Love Languages Page)
 Jim Jewett's Language Resources
Description: Acess to many sites on linguistics
Language Resource Site I (Fonts for indigenous languages & more)
 Language Resource Site II
 Linguistics Resources on the Internet--SILS
This site is provided by the Summer Institute of Linguistics, located at the International Linguistics Center in Dallas, Texas. The focus of the whole site is the study of minority languages and cultures around the world.

Teaching Indigenous Languages

This site offers a wealth of materials relating to the anthropological, educational, and political issues involved with the teaching of Indigenous Languages. The best feature is the online full-texts of recently published scholarly studies and collections devoted to the subject

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Resources in Physical Anthropology

African Primates at Home (with audio of primate vocalizations)
 Anth 1101 Human Origins Website
Hominid Paleo-ethology

Human Dentition [frames, Quicktime]

"The Dental Anthropology Association maintains this Quicktime database of human dentition. The site contains brief video clips of human teeth in both a permanent and deciduous dentition, and offers an unobtrusive way for anthropology students to explore the basic dental morphology of human populations. Users select an individual tooth from a table, play the corresponding video clip, and then conduct a three-dimensional examination of that tooth. Currently 52 incisors, canines, premolars, and molars are available for viewing." (Scout report for Social Sciences, 9/20/98)

 Introduction to Biological Anthropology
 PaleoAnthro Home Page
 PaleoChat (Online, real time chat room for those interested in Paleontology,
Paleoanthropology, Archeology and Evolutionary Biology
Primate Handedness and Brain Lateralizatin Research Site (with links to other primate sites)

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Archaeology Sites on the Web

American Cultural Resources Association
Ancient MesoAmerican Civilizations: Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, and Aztec
Ancient World Web
Archaeological laws from the western portion of the United States
Archaeological Research in Northeastern Nigeria
Archaeological Resource Guide for Europe
Archaeologie en Martinique (in French)
Archaeology: An Introduction (supplement to Kevin Greene's 1995 book of the same name)
Archaelology: An Official Publication of the Archaeological Instititute of America
Archaeology Magazine's Favorite Web Sites
Archaeology and Architecture (European and Mediterranean Archaeology)
Archaeology and Tourism in Sicily
Archaeology Data Service (digital archive for archaeology in the UK)
Archaeology in Malta
Archaeology on the Net Books Database UK Index
Archaeology World (maintained by Australian National University)
Archnet (Prehistoric archaeology of the northeast)
Beirut Archaeology
Bibliography of Aegean Prehistory and Related Areas
Classics and Mediterranean Archaeology World Wide Web server
Collapse: Why do Civilizations Fall?
Colorado Archaeological Network
Costa Rican Archaeology: One Hundred Years of Anthropology in Costa Rica
Gold, Jade, Forests: Costa Rica:
A Guide to Archaeology in Europe
Discovery Programme (archaeological research programme based in Dublin,
Exploring Ancient World Cultures
FAQ: Careers in Archaeology in the U.S.
German Archaeology
Glossary of Archaeological Terms
Greg Reeder's Egypt Page
Guide to Resources for the Study of the Ancient Near East
Harappan Archaeology
Harappa was a city in the Indus Valley civilization that flourished around
2,500 B.C. in the western part of South Asia.
No frames:
Hawaiian Archaeology
Index of online archaeological reports for sites in the Near East
Kamal Archaeology Page (Malaysian Archaeology)
 L'Archéologie sous les mers (in French)
 Lithic Procurement Technology"
Little Salt Spring Archaeological Project (GIS/Digital imaging at a SW Florida site)
Manitoba Archaeology
 Matt's Paleo Pages
Maya Astronomy Page
 Mayan Epigraphic Database Project
Mayan Heiroglyphic Syllabary
National Archeological Database (U.S.)
Nemea Valley Archaeological Project
Nordic Underwater Archaeology
North American Aborigine Projectile Points and Lithics
Notre Dame Archaeology Field School
OCR (Oxidizable Carbon Ratio) Carbon Dating Site
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Archaeological Predictive Modelling Project
Oregon Archaeology: Prehistory
Ousia For the Egyptologist: Archaeology
PAST(Protecting Archaeological Sites Today)
Perseus Project on Art and Archeology (on-line library of Classical art, objects, sites, and buildings)
Petroglyphs and Rock Paintings
Pompeii Forum Project
Prehistory of Alaska (National Park Service)
Radiocarbon WEB-info
Sierra Club policy regarding archaeological resources
South Carolina Petroglyph Survey
South Carolina Rock Art Survey
Southwestern Archaeology I
Syracuse University Historical Archaeology

TAY (Archeological Settlements of Turkey) Project

This ambitious project is the first, and currently only, culture/settlement inventory of an entire country on the Internet. The TAY project was begun in 1993 "to build a chronological inventory of findings about the cultural heritage of Turkey."

Tennessee Archaeology Network
Tlahuica Cultures of Morelos (Mexico)
Upper Midwest Rock Art (including a number of archaeological site reports)
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Archaeological Sites/Digs

Archaeological Excavations at Boxgrove (England)
Ashkelon Excavations (ancient seaport in Israel)
Bournemouth University (various site reports)
Çatalhöyük (virtual dig of site in Turkey)
The Dig Site (documents an archaeological dig in Wadi Natrun, Egypt)
El Cayo (Mexico)
Eli Whitney Armory Site
L'Age du Bronze, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (in French)
Lepcis Magna (Site on the Mediterranean coast of North Africa)
Maya Ruins
Mugello Valley Archaeological Project (SMU Excavations in Tuscany)
Nakbe (Peten, Guatemala)
Novaya Zemlya, Russia
Ohio State University Excavations at Isthmia
Origins of Angkor Archaeological Project
Santa Rosa (Guatemala) Archaeological Project
UCSD Summer Session 1996, Nahal Tillah (regional archaeological project in Israel)

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Anthropological Journals on the Internet

Aerial Archaeology Newsletter
African American Archaeology Newsletter
African Archaeology Review
American Antiquity
Andean Past
Anthropoetics (The Electronic Journal of Generative Anthropology)
Anthropological Review Database (ARD; formerly Journal of World Anthropology)
Anthropology Today
Archaeoastronomy & Ethnoastronomy News
Archaeological Dialogues
Archaeology Magazine
Assemblage (The Sheffield Graduate Journal of Archaeology)
Berkeley Archaeology
Bulletin of Information on Computing in Anthropology
CRM (National Park Service journal on cultural resource management)
Current Anthropology
Current Archaeology
The Edge: The E-Journal of Intercultural Relations
Glasgow University Archaeological Research Division (GUARD) Digest Reports
The Glyph (Archaeological Institute of America, San Diego Society)
Internet Archaeology
Journal of Field Archaeology
Journal of Material Culture
Journal of Midcontinental Archaeology
Journal of Political Ecology {Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology, University of Arizona}
Journal of World-Systems Research
Latin American Antiquity
Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology
Theoretical Anthropology
World Systems Archive

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Anthropological Organizations and Societies

American Anthropological Association
American Cultural Resources Association
Archaeological Society of South Carolina
Canadian Archaeological Association
Center for Archaeoastronomy
Center for the Study of Eurasian Nomads
Centre for Computer-aided Egyptological Resources (CCER)
City of York Council Archaeology Page
Colorado Archaeological Society, Indian Peaks Chapter (IPCAS; in Boulder)
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center
Dalhousie's TOSL/ESR Laboratory
Dutch Commision on Archaeological Heritage
Federation of Small Anthropology Programs
G.A.P. Pisa, Tuscany, Italy (Heritage volunteers association)
Institute of Field Archaeologists, Wessex regional group
International Council on Monuments and Sites
Iowa Archeological Society
Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist
Japanese Society of Ethnology Homepage
National Center for Preservation Technology and Training
New York State Archaeological Association (NYSAA)
Register of Professional Archaeologists
Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland
Society for American Archaeology
Society for Archaeological Sciences
Society for California Archaeology
Society for California Archaeology
Society for Economic Anthropology
Society For Historic Archaeology
Society for Industrial Archeology
Society for Medical Anthropology
Society for Professional Archeologists
Society for Visual Anthropology
South Dakota State Archaeological Research Center
Southeast Archaeological Center
Texas Archeological Society (TAS)
UV Uppsala (a branch of the Central Board of National Antiquities in Sweden)
World Archaeological Congress (University of Southampton Dept. of Archaeology)

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Country Information

Africa Online [RealPlayer]
Age of Asia: Resources for Research
Countries Data--U of Virginia
Country Resources
Country Studies/Area Handbook
E-Conflict, World Encyclopedia and Simulation: Nations of the World
Electronic Journal of Africana Bibliography (EJAB)
Handbook of Latin American Studies Online
International Government Meta-pages--Northwestern University
IMF Staff Country Reports in Full Text [.pdf]
Library of Congress: Alphabetical Index of Countries
Middle East
News by Country from One World
United Nations InfoNation [Frames]
U.S. Department of State Home Page
University of Kansas: History Index
World Factbook 1997--CIA [frames]
World Fact Book: Countries
World Fact Book: Reference Maps
Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments
Yahoo: Regional: Countries

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(see also Museums in the U.S.)



Alamannenmuseum Ellwangen (Germany)
American Museum of Natural History
Anasazi Heritage Center (Bureau of Land Management)
Archaeological Museum of Kibbutz Ein Dor (Israel)
Arctic Circle
Bishop Museum Ethnology Database
Canadian Museum of Civilization
Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit
European Museum Guide
Museum Media Publishers publishes this guide to the major museums in twelve European countries.
Exploratorium of Science and Art
Federseemuseum Bad Bachau - Reindeer Hunters and Lake Dwellers
Flints and Stones: Real Life in Prehistory (exhibition)
Frank H. McClung Museum
Franklin Institute Virtual Museum
Hudson Museum of Anthropology - University of Maine
Hungarian National Museum
Illinois State Museum
Le Musée archéologique de Nice Cimiez (in French)
London Museum of Archaeology
London Museum of Natural History
MASCA(The Museum Applied Science Center for Archaeology at the University of Pennsylvania Museum)
Maxwell Anthropology Museum -- University of New Mexico
 Musée d'ethnographie de la Ville de Genève (in French/en Francais)
Museo Arqueológico San Miguel de Azapa (Universidad de Tarapacá, Chile; in
Spanish/en español)
Museum of Antiquities, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne
MuseumNet (Listings of all the major UK museums)
Museums Around the World (Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County)
Oriental Institute Virtual Museum
Peabody Museum of Anthropology
Provincial Museum of Alberta
Smithsonian Institution
Traditions of Magic in Late Antiquity web site (Based on a display in the
University of Michigan Library's Special Collections)
UC-Berkeley Museum of Paleontology
University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology
University of Missouri Museum of Anthropology
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Virtual Museum of the Prehistoric Stelae-Statues of Lunigiana (north
Tuscany, Italy)
William Hammond Mathers Museum, Indiana University
Yahoo - Museums and Galleries


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