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Archaeology

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Archaeology, or archeology, is the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of material culture. The archaeological record consists of artifacts, ...

Archaeology - Archaeology Magazine

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The official publication of the Archaeological Institute of America. Abstracts and full-length articles from the current issue and back issues and current news.

Archaeological News from Archaeology Magazine - Archaeology ...

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Archaeology Magazine ... Archaeological Headlines By JESSICA E. SARACENI ... a previously unrecorded shipwreck,” Andrea Hamel of Wessex Archaeology ...

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While Alexander didn't live to see either the city or the empire, his city is still a great source of inspiration. I was first drawn to the city by one of my personal heroes, the great public scientist Carl Sagan, who mourned the 5th century AD loss of the great librar... More »
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Archaeological News

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Some 5,000 years ago, silver mining on the shores of the Aegean Sea-An exceptional archaeological discovery at Thorikos (Greece) Ghent University\ ...

Archaeological Institute of America - Archaeology - Site Preservation

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Aims to support archaeological research and publication and protect the world's cultural heritage. Membership, local societies, annual meeting, lectures, ...

Archaeology | Science | The Guardian

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Rotten luck: archaeologists hail 'unique' Mesolithic fermented fish find ... Honduras leader proclaims archaeology bonanza but 'lost city' doubts linger.

World Archaeology

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Discovering the latest in archaeology and archaeological research from around the world.

What is Archaeology? - Society for American Archaeology

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How does archaeology help us understand history and culture? Types of Archaeology. Archaeological Sites Artifacts, Features, and Ecofacts Context Resources ...

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Q: What is archaeology?
A: Archaeology is the systematic study of past societies based on their material culture - the artifacts they made and the ecofacts they left behind - by individua... Read More »
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Q: What is archaeologically?
A: An archaeologist is someone who searches the earth for prehistoric bones. So they're job is archaeologically. : Read More »
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Q: What is archaeology.
A: Archaeology is the study of material remains related to the human past. Such remains include monumental structures like the pyramids of Egypt or microscopic pla... Read More »
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Q: How to Organize an Archaeological Dig.
A: If digging through dirt, sifting sand through screens and taking endless. photographs of pottery shards sounds like high adventure to you, consider organizing a... Read More »
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Q: How to Organize an Archaeological Dig
A: Major in anthropology in college and plan to spend six to 12 weeks of your junior or senior year in field school (translation: days and days of digging). Follow... Read More »
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