The Dartmouth Aegean Prehistoric Archaeology site offers a series of ‘lessons’ on the archaeology of the prehistoric Aegean, with images and bibliography. Lessons 19-28 deal with the Mycenaean period.
Kober’s and Ventris’ correspondence is available online.
The Ashmolean Museum’s Sir Arthur Evans archive has information on Evans and the Ashmolean’s Aegean collections, digitised archival material, and the museum’s digitised collection of Linear B tablets from Knossos.
Aegean font download – this font includes all ancient Aegean and Cypriot scripts.
DAMOS: Database of Mycenaean at Oslo is a database of all published Linear B texts, in transcription.
Dicconario Micénico is the website for the Mycenaean Dictionary (in Spanish; currently indices only).
Liber is a database providing text, photographs, and information about the Linear B tablets from Mycenae, Tiryns, and Midea (more sites are to be added in future).
Nestor is a bibliography of Aegean studies, Homeric society, Indo-European linguistics and related fields.
Studies in Mycenaean Inscriptions and Dialect (SMID) is a bibliography of Mycenaean studies, with indices.
John Younger’s Linear A website offers Linear A texts (in transcription) and related resources.
Societies and mailing lists
AegeaNet is a discussion and news list for Aegean studies.
Aegeus Society is for researchers of Aegean Prehistory and offers news on excavations, publications, and events.
The Comité International Permanent des Études Mycéniennes (International Permanent Committee of Mycenaean Studies) is a UNESCO-affiliated body which sets international conventions for Linear B scholars and organises the five-yearly Mycenaean Colloquia.