Origin of archaeological
OTHER WORDS FROM archaeologicalar·chae·o·log·i·cal·ly, adverbhy·per·ar·chae·o·log·i·cal, adjective
How to use archaeological in a sentence
Archeological finds at the Amphipolis tomb may date back to Alexander the Great.Amphipolis Tomb Yields Amazing Finds But Mysteries Linger|James Romm|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Pueblo Grande Museum and Archeological Park has a settlement history of its own.The Ghost Towns of Arizona Live On|Justin Jones|July 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But “U.S. drones have very precise munitions which can hit targets without destroying the [archeological] sites nearby.”
“The Iraqi army will be obliged to conduct operations next to these archeological sites,” said Qureishi.
Archeological excavations have yielded many examples of ancient Israelite cups and they are made of cheap durable fabrics.Spain’s New ‘Holy Grail’: Jesus Couldn’t Afford That Kind of Bling|Candida Moss|April 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Nelsen hardly cared about the archeological aspects just p. 93 then.The Planet Strappers|Raymond Zinke Gallun
Archeological evidence, however, provides a sufficient record of North Devon wares and the tastes and customs they reflected.
Archeological evidence indicates that gravel-tempered ware was used in America between about 1675 and about 1760.
Oddly enough, archeological excavations did not disclose what kinds of glass were made at Jamestown during the two ventures.
The earthenware baking oven shown was restored from over 200 fragments found during archeological excavations at Jamestown.