Links to Web Sites with Archaeologists Ready to Answer Your Questions…
Archaeologist Bob Pearce Answers Your Questions (London Museum of Archaeology, London, Ontario, Canada)
(Ask about) Egyptian Archaeology (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Archaeologist)
Ask an Archaeologist (Indiana Department of Natural Resources)
Ask an Archaeologist about Historic Mt. Vernon
Do you have a question about archaeology at George Washington's House at Mount Vernon?
Ask an Archaeologist
Archaeologists Dave Crass, Dr. Dig, Rita Folse Elliot, and Christine Van Voorhies answer the 10 most frequently asked questions in archaeology.
St. Mary's City: Ask an Expert (Archaeologist Henry Miller)
Video clips and transcripts answering frequently asked questions about archaeology (scroll down for the archaeologist).
Ask the Archaeologists - Girls Dig It
Archaeologists working with a national nonprofit youth development, research, and advocacy organization dedicated to inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.
Ask Dr. Dig (Dig Magazine)
Dr. Dig loves to talk to kids about her favorite subject - archaeology. She is eagerly waiting to answer your questions about megaliths, Egypt, Pompeii, and anything else that's on your mind!
Ask an Archaeologist (Center for Archaeological Studies, University of South Alabama)
Email an archaeologist your question.
Ask the Archaeologist (Mesoweb: An Exploration of Mesoamerican Cultures)
The archaeological team of the Cross Group Project, Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico, cordially invites you to send in your questions. This feature, arranged in cooperation with Mesoweb, is intended primarily for students, particularly middle-schoolers who are studying ancient civilizations. As you can imagine, the demands on their time is pretty extensive, so please limit yourself to a single question.