Definitions for archeologyˌɑr kiˈɒl ə dʒi

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. archeology, archaeology(noun)

    the branch of anthropology that studies prehistoric people and their cultures

Webster Dictionary

  1. Archeology(adj)

    alt. of Archeological

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Mark Knight:

    It feels almost rude to be intruding. It doesn't feel like archeology any more. It feels like somebody's house has burned down and we're going in and picking over their goods.

  2. Gary Arndt:

    Many archeology and paleontology sites are often disappointing, because the things that made them famous have been dug out of the ground and are now in museums. it is by far the most ambitious World Heritage site I've visited.

  3. Professor Parker-Pearson:

    We don't make that many fantastic discoveries in a lifetime of archeology but this is certainly one them, this is the first time we've found empirical evidence of how they moved the stones. There have been all sorts of ideas from rolling them in a strange cart-like construction to skimming them across the ice.

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