PDF link from previous site.
Information and images describing the history of the area as well as information about the discovery.
ABC Splash resource. Short video clip plus information.
Department of education Scootle site. Powerpoint with images and information. You may need to login to the DET with your student login.
While we don’t recommend Wikipedia as a totally reliable source, for some searches it is a good place to start to find key words to extend your search out. I used wiki to extend my search on Lady Dai. It might also have useful links in the references section of the page at the bottom.
An overview of the discovery and images and links to images.
A newspaper article describing the tomb’s contents. The artefacts from the Chinese museum were touring in America.
Includes a description of what was uncovered in the tombs.
The Tollund Man
A detailed website from a Danish Museum with loads of information and images about the discovery.
Informative site hosted by a retired college professor.
South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
The Iceman on display at the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano (South Tyrol, Italy) is one of the world’s best-known and most important mummies. This is the official museum site with information and images.
James M Deems site
A site created by a retired college professor. Loads of information and pictures. A comprehensive site.
View the iceman up close. See his tattoos and a 3D scan. Ask for the 3D glasses in the library to look at the images 3D!
Fascinating Egytian Mummies
Interactive site with terrific information and games relating to understanding Egyptian Mummies.
Interactive site with a wide array of information and images.
Detailed information and images.
Discovering Ancient Egypt
Lots of useful and interesting information. The downside of this site is that it has ads on it and is a bit busy in terms of viewing.