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The History Of Israel (Popularity: )
http://www.israel-a-history-of.com/
Guide to the history of Israel. Includes info on Palestine, Jericho, Lebanon and Jerusalem as well as maps of Mesopotamia ...

Etana (Popularity: )
http://www.etana.org
A university consortium site, Etana seeks to provide searching access to online resources relating to the Ancient Near East. Previously ...

AncientNearEast.net (Popularity: )
http://www.ancientneareast.net/
Portal. Links include archaeological sites and excavations by country, museums, publications, academic departments, and relevant current events.

Ottoman Souvenir (Popularity: )
http://www.ottomansouvenir.com/
Site devoted to the Ottoman Empire and Anatolian culture. Flags, maps, histories, and more in development.

Efkere.com (Popularity: )
http://www.efkere.com/
Documenting the history of an Armenian village northeast of Kayseri. Includes a picture gallery, details about a famous monastery and ...

Armenian National Institute: the 1915 Armenian Genocide (Popularity: )
http://www.armenian-genocide.org/
Features photos, documents, maps, chronology, resolutions, bibliographies and educational resources.

Armenian Genocide 1880-1915 (Popularity: )
http://www.Genocide1915.info/
Includes a forum.

Armenian Forum (Popularity: )
http://www.gomidas.org/
Features analyses about the issue as well as books, including the testimony and diaries of American missionaries who lived in ...

TeachGenocide.org (Popularity: )
http://www.teachgenocide.org/
Designed for school teachers, providing resources.

Turkish Armenians (Popularity: )
http://turkisharmenians.faithweb.com/
Denying the genocidal nature of the events of 1915. Includes an article and several links to Turkish and Azeri sites.

Nabataea (Popularity: )
http://nabataea.net/
History and archaeological articles about the Nabataean Kingdom and its capital city of Petra.