Archaeological is used with these nouns: ↑dig, ↑discovery, ↑evidence, ↑excavation, ↑expedition, ↑exploration, ↑find, ↑importance, ↑museum, ↑record, ↑remains, ↑site, ↑survey, ↑trace, ↑treasure

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  • archaeological — adjective related to or dealing with or devoted to archaeology an archaeological dig a dramatic archaeological discovery • Syn: ↑archeological, ↑archaeologic, ↑archeologic • Pertains to noun: ↑archeology ( …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Archaeological illustration — is the graphical recording of material derived from an archaeological context. Barker 1977] Archaeological Illustration encompasses a number of sub disciplines. These are:* Surveying: To produce an accurate record of sites and buildings and to… …   Wikipedia

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  • Archaeological ethics — refers to a number of moral issues raised through the study of the material past.In common with other academic disciplines, archaeologists are bound to conduct their investigations to a high standard and observe intellectual property laws, Health …   Wikipedia

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