The salt mines at Hallstatt have a brand-new webpage: http://www.nhm-wien.ac.at/hallstatt. It's not really picture-heavy, but there is a small slideshow with some impressions right at the frontpage, including a close-up of one of the textiles.
Rainer Schreg has posted the last installation of his blogpost series about "Archäologische Quellenkritik" (source criticism in archaeology), with a very interesting example about how sources might mislead us using chesspiece finds.
Third and last link topic: Modern science made it possible to read charred papyrus rolls from Pompeii - without unrolling them. Yay for X-rays! Here is the German-language article from Spiegel. The original publication about this project is in English, titled "Revealing letters in rolled Herculaneum papyri by X-ray phase-contrast imaging" (paywall, abstract is free).