- of or relating to archaeology.
Also ar·chae·o·log·ic, ar·che·o·log·ic.
Origin of archaeological
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Examples from the Web for archaeological
The Leakeys—Richard, his parents, Louis and Mary, and his wife Maeve and daughter Louise, are an archaeological dynasty.The Real-Life Raiders of the Lost Ark
November 14, 2014
No such clues have yet been announced by the archaeological team at Amphipolis, a group led by Katerina Persisteri.Amphipolis Tomb Yields Amazing Finds But Mysteries Linger
October 17, 2014
Thieves are chipping away at the remains of archaeological and cultural wonders, removing prieceless artifacts piece by piece.Pompeii Made It Through a Volcano, but Can It Survive Vandals?
Barbie Latza Nadeau
March 22, 2014
For obvious reasons, there is also no archaeological evidence of sea burials.Every Viking ‘Fact’ Is Wrong
March 19, 2014
But they were ordered to leave by the military government after archaeological remains were found.The Prayers of Susya
July 25, 2012
This done, I was allowed to recommence my archaeological investigations.Carmen
Mandasor and its neighbourhood are full of archaeological interest.
Accepted by Kemble and printed by him in Archaeological Journal, xiv.Domesday Book and Beyond
Frederic William Maitland
It was the appearance that suggested the title, not any archaeological find.The Romance of the Colorado River
Frederick S. Dellenbaugh
It is only writers of the last century who practise this archaeological refinement.Homer and His Age