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Archaeology, or archeology, is the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of ..... Archaeologists around the world use drones to speed up survey work and protect sites from squatters, builders and miners. In Peru, small drones ...

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Professional archaeologists work in a wide variety of settings. Archaeologists are employed by federal and state government agencies, museums and historic ...

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For instance, forensic archaeologists work with law enforcement officers to locate evidence or study potential gravesites. Underwater archeologists study ...

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Professional archaeologists work for universities, museums, governments, private companies, and as consultants. Archaeological work is conducted either ...

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Although some archaeologists work in a typical office setting, many work in laboratories or in the field. Fieldwork sometimes requires workers to travel. Most work ...

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Paleontologists are not archaeologists; they study fossils. Historians are not archaeologists; the mostly study written records. Archaeologists are the scientists  ...

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A limited number of work-based placements are available through Historic England and CIfA for new archaeologists with ...

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An archaeologist may work indoors analysing artefacts and conducting research. They may also undertake field work, ...

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Archaeologists may work in many different roles and specialisations according to practical expertise or particular periods of the past. These specialisations may ...