In addition to the U.S. Government resources cited above in the Public Documents section of this edition, there are many webpages devoted to archaeology. The major archaeology magazines and societies maintain sites, and more can be found using web tools and indexes. Try the collection of links at Archaeological Research Resources, at Archaeology on the Net, or at The WWWorld of Archaeology. Into Archaeology offers more information for archaeology buffs (including links to the latest archaeology news), and the Archaeology Channel offers streaming video of several dig sites. If you’re interested specifically in Howard Carter’s Tutankhamen expedition, try Tutankhamun: Anatomy of an Excavation, the interactive edition of the National Geographic Magazine published in February 1923, or the picture-filled but incomplete personal site, The Tomb of Tutankhamon maintained by a woman with a lifelong fascination with the discovery.