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Archaeology

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Archaeology, or archeology, is the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of .... The purpose of archaeology is to learn more about past societies and the ... The interests and wo...

An archaeologist most often digs with - Answers.com

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tiny brushes and spades.

Ask the Experts: AIA Archaeology FAQ - Archaeological Institute of ...

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Often an archaeologist hears ... Construction crews sometimes find them when they dig up an area in order to lay ... might answer more questions.

What does an archaeologist study? | Reference.com

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Archaeologists also study the behavior of humans and... ... Know More ... holding a bachelor's degree can often find work as an assistant to an archaeologist. ... areas of the world and stay for extended time periods on archaeological digs.

For Students - Society for American Archaeology

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The Society for American Archaeology receives many inquiries from students ... This page answers some of the most frequently asked questions about archaeology. ... need excellent research and writing skills—they write more than they dig!

Discovering the Past: An Introduction to Archaeology : The Colonial ...

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One of the questions most frequently asked of archaeologists is "how do artifacts .... Excavators line up and dig small shovel holes at specific intervals, such as ...

Prescot Dig - Why do archaeologists dig? - L - P : Archaeology

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Tells are most commonly found in Near Eastern archaeology, although there are also ... To get at the archaeological evidence, archaeologists dig through these ...

archaeology - National Geographic Society

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Oct 13, 2011 ... Most archaeologists study the past, but some study people who are still ..... The most common tool that archaeologists use to dig is a flat trowel.

Archeology - World History International

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At that time, most archaeological work was confined to Europe, to the .... Archaeologists who study ancient civilizations also often concentrate on ..... Ground surveys allow archaeologists to pinpoint the places where digs will be successful.

Archaeologists and Their Artifacts [ushistory.org]

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Eighteen-hundred years ago it hung in the Roman census bureau, the most ... This mock-up of an archaeological dig site gives an impression of what the ... Often times, local people are employed to help with the basic chores around a dig, ...

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Archaeology: Facts (Science Trek: Idaho Public Television)

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Archaeology is learning about ancient peoples — how they lived, what they looked ... The thing that most often comes to mind when people think about a dig are ...

The secret life of an archaeologist: soil in your sandwiches and ...

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Apr 25, 2016 ... Over here, at its most stellar, it can be just two different coloured soils side by ... Pressure on funding and time limits often mean you have to keep going no ..... But wilfully disturbing an archaeological dig isn't really on is it?

Questions About: Archaeology As A Career

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Archaeologists do much more than “dig!” Archaeologists in federal, tribal ... Museums positions are also rare and often difficult to obtain. The majority of jobs in ...