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ARTstor is a digital library with over 1.8 million images supporting research of the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences.
Didn't find an Image Resource on your Topic?
Fear not! Likely, there's some sort of reputable source out there that provides images in your anthropological and/or archaeological field of research. While there is a select list to the right of this text box, one way to view the myriad image sources out there is to look at other LibGuides.
Do a Google Search for other LibGuides by typing something like Archaeology LibGuide orArchaeology images LibGuide into your Google Search bar.
Online Images for Anthropology & Archaeology
This is a select list of online resources to find images of cultural relics to support anthropological and archaeogical research. They were chosen with credibility and authority in mind and provide only a mere glimpse into the myriad freely-available online visual resources.
The British Museum
Select "Explore" towards the top to peruse collection highlights and themes.
The Giza Archives of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts
Provides freely available monographs, images, and manuscripts on the Giza Pyramids. Many of these texts are full-text searchable.
Classical Art Research Center and Beazley Archive at the University of Oxford
The Classical Art Research Center focuses on scholarship on ancient art. A part of this Research Center, the Beazley Archive provides the "world's largest collection of images of ancient figure-decorated pottery."
Arachne is a searchable database that enables researchers to quickly locate images and their attributes. This resource is supported by the German Archaeological Institute.
Hosted by researchers at the University of Southern California, InscriptiFact provides access to hi-res images from the Mediterranean and Near Eastern regions.
Ancient World Image Bank
Supported by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University, this resource provides a Flickr account of freely useable (providing you cite!) image bank that can be viewed through their geographically-organized collections.