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  • Altaic linguistics - Monumenta Altaica(1902 clicks)
    Site contains texts in ancient and modern altaic languages: mongolian, turkic, korean, japanese and manchu-tungusic. Bibliographies, translations into european languaches, online dictionaries and grammars of altaic languaches, scientific papers.
  • Asian Studies Online - a Timeline of Major Developments(1671 clicks)
    by Dr T. Matthew Ciolek,
  • AskAsia(2205 clicks)
    "Welcome to the Asia Society's AskAsia, an exciting, informative on-line source K-12 Asian and Asian American studies. Through the Internet, AskAsia offers easy, 24-hour access to high-quality, classroom-tested resources and cultural information, engaging games and activities, and links to relevant people, places, and institutions."
  • Buddhist Art and Trade Routes(1351 clicks)
  • Ceylon(637 clicks)
    AN Historical Relation Of the Island CEYLON, IN THE EAST-INDIES:
  • East of California(2016 clicks)
    Association for Asian American Studies
  • From Jesus to Christ(1232 clicks)
  • H-Asia(2842 clicks)
    "The primary purpose of H-ASIA is to enable historians and other Asia scholars to easily communicate current research and teaching interests; to discuss new articles, books, papers, approaches, methods and tools of analysis; to test new ideas and share comments and tips on teaching. H-Asia is especially committed to discussing region wide, comparative and professional issues important to scholars of Asia."
  • H-SEASIA(2107 clicks)
    "H-SEASIA is a forum for discussion and communications regarding the history and study of Southeast Asia."
  • Hammurabi's Code of Laws(2642 clicks)
    Mesopotamia
  • Huns(566 clicks)
  • Huns-Wikipedia(540 clicks)
  • In the Beginning: Bibles Before the Year 1000(1116 clicks)
    "In the Beginning: Bibles Before the Year 1000" is a landmark exhibition presented in association with the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, which is the principal lending institution for this exhibition and is one of the greatest repositories for early manuscripts in the world. The Bodleian's curatorial staff has also contributed to the shape of the exhibition and the exhibition catalog.
  • International Collections Database(1241 clicks)
    The International Collections database showcases some of the visual materials held by the Special Collections Division that focus on collections beyond the scope of the Pacific Northwest region. In this digital collection we feature selected photographs and postcards from Asia and South America including scenes from China, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Japan, 1870s-1930s. Represented are historical events, typical street scenes and native people in traditional dress.
  • Mesopotamia(676 clicks)
    "Mesopotamia is designed as a learning module in the form of a "research textbook." The module provides more information and in more detail than the average freshman level world cultures/history/civilizations textbook."
  • Mesopotamia-The British Museum(759 clicks)
    Ecellent
  • Mesopotamia: British Museum(759 clicks)
  • Middle East(727 clicks)
  • Power structure in Southeast Asia kingdoms(2312 clicks)
    This paper attempts to look into some common traits showed by three Kingdoms, namely: Srivijaya, Angkor and Ayudhya, in order to probe into these kingdoms’ understanding and maintenance of power.
  • Qatar Digital Library(45 clicks)
    This growing archive covers modern history and culture of the Gulf and wider region, available online for the first time.
  • The Role of Central Asian Peoples in the Spread of World Religions(1165 clicks)
  • War, Institutions, and Social Change in the Middle East(1072 clicks)
    Scholarly book by Steven Heydemann