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GENERAL:

Aluka

The Royal African Society

The Africa Centre

Nile Basin Research Programme

Centre for African Studies SOAS

A survey of African rock art from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Trust for African Rock Art
This organisation aims to create greater global awareness of the importance and
endangered state of African rock art; survey sites; monitor status; be an information resource and archive; and promote and support rock art conservation measures.

Languages of Africa- Ethnologue
Search by country to find excellent linguistic information, classifications and resources on thousands of African languages.

The UNESCO World Heritage List
currently includes 878 properties forming part of the cultural and natural heritage which the World Heritage Committee considers as having outstanding universal value. These include 679 cultural , 174 natural and 25 mixed properties in 145 States Parties. As of April 2009, 186 States Parties have ratified the World Heritage Convention.

A non-profit Cartographic Library and Archive
assembling and preserving the original rare maps of Africa.

Historical maps of Africa from the American Museum of Natural History

Women Researching African Archaeology

Photos of Archaeological Sites in Sub-Saharan Africa

Photos of Archaeological Sites in North Africa

 


© 2007 Editor, Sada Mire, and the individual authors of these African Heritage and Archaeology webpages

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