What Tools Do Archaeologists Use?

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Archaeologist use many different types of tools depending on what type of work they are actually doing. Some dig up the soil while others examine the soil, plants and animal remains. You can find more information here: http://www.lparchaeology.com/prescot/learning/what-tools-do-archaeologists-use
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Archaeologists use different types of tools depending on the type of site they are digging. It can vary if the soil is dry or not, the location of the dig and the size of the dig
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Shovels.
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First, you need to imagine that it is the future and the city that you live in is in ruins. Future archaeologists are trying to find out what life was like for you before the city
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Since stone tools were the first kind of tool made by humans (well, the first one for which we have wide evidence-bone and wood would have long ago disappeared) there are numerous
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