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Italian Ministry of Culture Websites Official website of the Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Napoli e Pompei. - Official website of La Direzione Regionale per i Beni culturali e paesaggistici della Campania. - Official website of the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli.

Historical, Archaeological and Reference Websites about Pompeii - La fortuna visiva di Pompei is a digital archive of visual and written documents from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.  Sponsored by Consorzio Forma and Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. - Blogging Pompeii is a source of current news, information and a forum for all those who work in or study Pompeii and the other archaeological sites of the Bay of Naples.  It also includes a list of current archaeological projects in the area.  Inspiration and leadership by Dr. Joanne Berry. - Website of The Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia (PARP:PS) which documents the archaeological excavations in Insulae VIII.7 and I.1 and other associated locations.  PARP:PS is directed by Dr. Steven Ellis of the University of Cincinnati. - Pompeiana is a website designed as an online repository and electronic resource about Pompeii, including archaeological research projects, regional museums, and teaching and visiting resources. Compiled by Drs. Eric Poehler, Kevin Cole and Steven Ellis. - Pompeii in Pictures is a contemporary digital photographic compendium of the buildings, structures, streets and features in Pompeii, including searchable and linked indices.  Compiled by Jackie and Bob Dunn. - Website of the Pompeii Forum Project, a collaborative research project created to systematically document the architecture and decoration of the Pompeii forum and to interpret evidence as it pertains to Pompeii's urban history.  The Project Director is Professor John J. Dobbins of the University of Virginia. - Fasti Online is a database that summarizes notices of excavations throughout the area of the Roman Empire, including Pompeii, since the year 2000.  Compiled by the International Association for Classical Archaeology (AIAC).

General Information about Pompeii - Wikipedia article about Pompeii. - Google Books listing of Pompeii publications (enter “Pompeii” into the search box and peruse over 500,000 scanned copyright-expired books, book previews and abstracts).

For a Google street view of ancient Pompeii, click here and drag the orange "pegman" in the lower right corner onto a blue highlighted street on the map.

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