Origin of archaeology
OTHER WORDS FROM archaeologyar·chae·ol·o·gist, noun
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How to use archaeology in a sentence
In conversation, they soon discovered a mutual love of archaeology.Date Lab: They had ‘fun hair,’ fondue and a shared love of archaeology|Damona Hoffman|August 26, 2021|Washington Post
Neanderthals were discovered in Europe, the continent with the longest and most well-funded tradition in archaeology.The Human Family Tree, It Turns Out, Is Complicated - Issue 102: Hidden Truths|Razib Khan|June 30, 2021|Nautilus
Data archaeology is particularly good for historians studying cities because urban places often hold the stories of immigrants who might be otherwise difficult to trace.
In recent months, a series of discoveries have captivated the world of archaeology.In the tombs of Saqqara, new discoveries are rewriting ancient Egypt’s history|Sudarsan Raghavan|April 22, 2021|Washington Post
Mason jars were tucked into dusty bookshelves packed with cookbooks, novels, and archaeology texts.The Search for a Ranger Who Was Lost and Never Found|Brendan Borrell|April 1, 2021|Outside Online
The first time I ever heard about archaeology was in the fifth grade when we learned about Richard Leakey.
I found the section of the book on forensic archaeology fascinating.
Ruth Shady isn't my anything; she is her own, completely original force in archaeology.
If you can stomach lunch—forensic archaeology can be disgusting.
Archaeology is about paying attention to things that have been or could be indetectable or invisible to others.
This lack of enjoyment in Nature, lack of interest in topography and archaeology, was probably personal to him.The Age of Erasmus|P. S. Allen
The Canon, whose archaeology did not go back beyond St. Patrick, offered no correction.Hyacinth|George A. Birmingham
Whatever may be the reason, such theories are not borne out by the discoveries of archaeology.
We need also to consider the vast and great civilizations which existed in remote antiquity as is now revealed by archaeology.
David Hulse, junior author, is a native of Decatur, and his interest in archaeology is as longstanding as Cambron's.Handbook of Alabama Archaeology: Part I Point Types|James W. Cambron
British Dictionary definitions for archaeology
Derived forms of archaeologyarchaeological or archeological (ˌɑːkɪəˈlɒdʒɪkəl), adjectivearchaeologically or archeologically, adverbarchaeologist or archeologist, noun
Word Origin for archaeology
Scientific definitions for archaeology
Cultural definitions for archaeology
The recovery and study of material objects, such as graves, buildings, tools, artworks, and human remains, to investigate the structure and behavior of past cultures. Archaeologists rely on physical remains as clues to the emergence and development of human societies and civilizations. Anthropologists, by contrast, to interact with living people to study their cultures.