This is not, of course, an exhaustive list of Web resources for the study of Pompeii, but a list which I hope will prove helpful to students in my ART253 class (Art & Life at Pompeii) at Rhodes College. Submissions welcome in comments!
Pompeii in Pictures: An amateur photographic guide to the city
A multi-lingual bibliography for Pompeii (up to 2004)
Naples Museum (Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli)
Blogging Pompeii: Mostly in English, includes very up-to-date news on research projects, publications, museum exhibitions,and news items on the whole Bay of Naples area.
Roman News & Archaeology: Much more than Pompeii. NB: these are reposts of other, original content so be sure to track down the source if citing a post on this blog.
Research projects and excavations, museums
Porta Stabia Project: An excavation and research project from the University of Cincinnati
Herculaneum Conservation Project from the British School at Rome
The Last Days of Pompeii: exhibition at the Getty Museum, LA
Companion sites for books
Pompeian Households: Online companion for Penelope Allison’s book of the same title
Roman art topics
Other resources on the Roman world, city of Rome, etc.
Rome Reborn: A digital model of ancient Rome
Pompeii in Pop Culture: Blog post from Pop Classics
Mark Twain on Pompeii in The Innocents Abroad (1869)
Fasti Online: Database of archaeological excavations
Twitter accounts & Facebook pages
Pompeii, art, history, and archaeology (in Italian, but great photos)
RogueClassicist: Classics & ancient world news
tronchin: Prof. Tronchin’s feed; more than just Pompeii