Resources for Archaeologists Available at is an autonomous, archaeological, international editorial project, created and managed by the A.T.P.G. Society, an Italian Archaeological Association composted by doctoral, MA and BA students from the Universities of La Sapienza-Rome, (ITA) Manchester, (UK), Ferrara (ITA) and Brown University (USA).

The Project is scientific and didactic. Internet and the Web  are its own way of communication.  Among the interesting and useful resources collected at is a list of archaeological software

Other editorial sections within the website include:

The overall aim of the Project is to create a new space of research and debate, open to young researchers and students in archaeology, to develop their instruments, approaches and knowledge in a sharing, free and open access environment.

The objectives of the Project are to:

– Share prehistoric and protohistoric archaeological information and research with the Open Access philosophy .

– Assure that Prehistoric and Protohistoric research become more user friendly and widely accessible than any printed paper, considering the free of charge aspect of this way of communication.

– Assure free publication and visibility to Experimental Archaeology.

– Give to graduates the possiblity of publishing their dissertations, free of charge, and to guarantee the complete intellectual property of their work with the use of Creative Commons Licenses.