In archaeology, excavation is the exposure, processing and recording of
archaeological remains. An excavation site or "dig" is a site being studied. Such a
Mar 4, 2011 ... A quick peek at the dig site. Celebrating 5 years of digging and discovery. The
crew gives us a rare glimpse of what really unfolds at the famed ...
Diggers Blog: How Archaeologists Dig. Ever wonder how archaeologists work?
The Diggers supervising archaeologist shows you how.
Izzie unearths the past with Jazzy and Gates, uncovering thousand-year-old
Native American artifacts at a Utah dig site.
Archaeology is learning about ancient peoples — how they lived, what they ...
Before an archaeologist conducts a dig, they do lots of research to determine ...
Archaeologists prefer to preserve our finite resources rather than dig them up for
no purpose. The five large excavation projects undertaken at Fort Bragg were ...
Nothing beats the excitement of hands-on archaeology, and with the new digging
season almost upon us, there is no time to lose. This is a chance to get ...
Time Before History: The Archaeology of North Carolina. ... In densely vegetated
areas, archaeologists will sometimes dig a small hole every 50 feet or so, ...
May 20, 2015 ... Before you hurl back in disgust, let me explain why privies are so interesting to
archaeologists. You may already be privy, wink wink, to the fact ...
Nov 23, 2015 ... The 2016 TED Prize winner is reinventing how we discoverand preservethe past.