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Excavation (archaeology) - Wikipedia

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In archaeology, excavation is the exposure, processing and recording of archaeological remains. An excavation site or "dig" is a site being studied. ... The presence or absence of archaeol...

An archaeologist most often digs with - Answers.com

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An archaeologist most often digs with? An archaeologist ... Where have archaeologists obtained most of their information about the olmecs? from its pyramids ...

Archaeology: Facts (Science Trek: Idaho Public Television)

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Before an archaeologist conducts a dig, they do lots of research to determine ... The thing that most often comes to mind when people think about a dig are ...

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.

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, ...

The Big Dig: What Do Archeologists Find? Treasure? Glory? How ...

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Aug 8, 2011 ... The archaeologists of the past- say, the late 19th and early 20th centuries- were, more often than not, equal parts antiquarians and treasure ...

What are the different roles on an archeological dig? - Quora

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There are some, such as : (paraphrased from ... With this knowledge and some research, archaeologists can locate the most likely places where people may have lived. .... For example smaller companies often combine the top two roles.

What does an archaeologist study? | Reference.com

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Archaeologists also study the behavior of humans and. ... Those people holding a bachelor's degree can often find work as an assistant to an archaeologist. ... While most work in an office, some archaeologists work in the field or in laboratories. ... areas of the world and stay for extended time periods on archaeological digs.

New Philadelphia Archaeological Project

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A wide range of tools are used at an archaeological site, some of which may ... For archaeology, the trowel is probably the most iconic and most-often used tool.

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

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Feb 13, 2008 ... Often these buildings were left to decay, or were pulled down and houses built ... Tells are most commonly found in Near Eastern archaeology, ...