Origin of archaeology
Related formsar·chae·ol·o·gist, noun
Examples from the Web for archaeology
The first time I ever heard about archaeology was in the fifth grade when we learned about Richard Leakey.
Ruth Shady isn't my anything; she is her own, completely original force in archaeology.
Archaeology is about paying attention to things that have been or could be indetectable or invisible to others.
But it seems to be as if archaeology is, in some sense, about honoring the losers' story, too, right?
Among these challengers is Olga Palagia, professor of archaeology at the University of Athens.Amphipolis Tomb Yields Amazing Finds But Mysteries Linger|James Romm|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
"Archaeology is certainly a peaceful profession," Rick said admiringly.The Golden Skull|John Blaine
Much might reasonably be expected from the sciences of archaeology and anthropology.
The geography and topography of ancient lands, anthropology and ethnology, archaeology and epigraphy contribute to its material.College Teaching|Paul Klapper
This attitude of suspense is not without precedent in archaeology.The Clyde Mystery|Andrew Lang
Archaeology is to social nature what comparative anatomy is to organized nature.The Alkahest|Honore de Balzac
British Dictionary definitions for archaeology
Derived Formsarchaeological or archeological (ˌɑːkɪəˈlɒdʒɪkəl), adjectivearchaeologically or archeologically, adverbarchaeologist or archeologist, noun
Word Origin for archaeology
Science definitions for archaeology
Culture 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.