- n. Someone who is skilled, professes or practices archaeology.
- archaeolog(y) + -ist (Wiktionary)
“In Rome, a Vatican archaeologist is found dead in St. Peter's Basilica.”
“Some pseudo-archaeologist is going to make a fortune with a book “proving” that it was a major religious center.”
“We're discovering that the Chinese had a very different approach from the Europeans to East Africa," Herman Kiriama, the lead archaeologist from the National Museums of Kenya, told the BBC.”
“The (Dark) Nazi archaeologist is (Rising) casting a Crucimentum curse”
“For Ms. Eleftheratou, an archaeologist from the Greek Culture Ministry, the findings have been a dream discovery.”
“An archaeologist from the Threshers Verity Auger becomes embroiled in interstellar intrigue when she discovers a duplicate Earth, held in stasis by alien technology, has become active and in fact can now be visited.”
“It amounted to a proto-PowerPoint presentation for a finished film, in which an archaeologist from the Museum of London enlists a renegade Navy diver, who works for the oil companies and races motorcycles on the "shores of the Mojave," in a plan to explore the cenotes, caves in the Yucatan jungle that reveal underground lakes.”
“Seriously, though, such a great find, and some poor archaeologist is quoted in the papers as saying it had "serious bling factor.”
“Rachel S. Hallote, an archaeologist, is the director of the Jewish studies program at the State University of New York at Purchase.”
“Prince, who, not knowing how to pronounce the word archaeologist”
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