Famous archaeologists include Howard Carter, Louis Leakey, Thor Heyerdahl, Gertrude Bell, Kathleen Kenyon, John Lloyd Stevens, Arthur Evans and Robert Ballard. Some of these archae...
English; paleo-economy, shell middens, coastal archaeology, Greece ... Middle
Eastern archaeologist, formed the Baghdad Archaeological Museum (now Iraqi ...
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Discovered King Tut's Tomb) ... Archaeologist: Don Johanson (Discovered Lucy).
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Jan 18, 2011 ... "The patient academic study of ancient culture" is both the traditional definition of
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Gertrude Bell was an English archaeologist and antiquarian, Bell is seen as a ...
Elizabeth Garrod was a British archaeologist and the daughter of the famous ...
Archaeology is a discipline that was virtually unknown until the 19th century.
Archaeology, originally an amateur pastime, is becoming increasingly popular,
Famous Archaeologists Jean Francois Champollion (1790 - 1832), French
philologist and orientalist: the decipherer of the Rosetta Stone hieroglyphs in