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  • a  related to or dealing with or devoted to archaeology
    an archaeological dig
    a dramatic archaeological discovery

  • The infamously looted Baghdad museum has been reclaiming many of its stolen artifacts, but theft in the country's unsecured archaeological sites continues.
  • In each archaeological digging season, hundreds if not thousands of new and often startling discoveries are made by Turkish and international teams at scores of excavations .
  • As Hannukah and Christmas approach, believers around the world are attuned more than ever to the significance of archaeological finds of the past century, and especially the past .
News & Articles

  • Lynchburg College Grad Students Dig into the Past
    Lynchburg, VA - Some Lynchburg College graduate students are looking for pieces of the past in the ground. They're in the midst of an archaeological dig at Historic Sandusky.
    June 21, 2013 - ABC 13 Lynchburg
  • Archaeological ordinance rankles council president
    Demolition, excavation, tree removal and other “ground-disturbing work” is about to get more pricey for some residents. Town Council members recently approved an ordinance requiring property owners who live on archaeological sites to obtain an archaeological assessment prior to receiving any permits for “ground-disturbing work.” Planning, Zoning and Building Director John Page said town staff ...
    June 20, 2013 - Palm Beach Daily News
  • Report: Stone Age technological and cultural innovation accelerated by climate
    Archaeological and genetic evidence suggests that modern humans (the modern form of Homo sapiens, our species) originated in Africa during the Stone Age, between 30,000 and 280,000 years ago. read more        
    June 19, 2013 - TG Daily

  • Auron Tare in The Associated Press
    If the data coincide with the conclusions of the further study of that archaeological relic, then we may say the expedition has discovered the Italian Rosandra ship,Tare told The Associated Press.
  • Placido Domingo in International Herald Tribune
    Domingo, a Spanish tenor who began his career in Mexico, noted that "it is painful to see other sites, like Petra, Jordan, where the tourists climb up on the structures and rocks. The archaeological heritage has to be cared for, and preserved."
  • Barry Cunliffe in Bloomberg
    Nighthawkers, by hoarding the finds or selling them on without recording or provenance, are thieves of valuable archaeological knowledge that belongs to us all,Barry Cunliffe, interim chairman of English Heritage, said in a statement on the...

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