archaeological, archeological, archaeologic, archeologicadjective
related to or dealing with or devoted to archaeology
"an archaeological dig"; "a dramatic archaeological discovery"
Relating to the science or research of archaeology.
relating to archaeology, or antiquities; as, archaeological researches
The numerical value of archaeological in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of archaeological in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Its worth pointing out that there is much to this place besides Cleopatra though archaeological work here is set to help us understand more about its role in trade between Mediterranean and African worlds, religious activity and afterlife beliefs, social structures and population. Theres also the question of how far back in time use of this place goes. Cleos just one thread of business, and we shouldnt take our eye off the bigger picture.
(This) has led to the recovery of thousands of archaeological items and defeated a criminal organization dedicated to plundering southern Italy's cultural heritage.
The results of this study lend support to oral histories and other archaeological work on Kosrae suggesting an earlier construction, occupation and use of Leluh, it also better supports Leluh's place in the region, not only as a rival to Nan Madol on Pohnpei, but also as a hub of political and economic activity throughout this part of the Pacific.
This portends to be the most significant new archaeological site in modern history.
This kind of archaeological work is painstaking and difficult under any circumstances, but the physical conditions of this particular site — zero visibility, high currents and potential entanglements — made this an especially difficult shipwreck to work on.
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- arqueològicCatalan, Valencian
- arĥeologia, arkeologiaEsperanto
- arkeologiskNorwegian Nynorsk
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