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- n. Alternative spelling of archaeologist.
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- n. an anthropologist who studies prehistoric people and their culture.
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- n. an anthropologist who studies prehistoric people and their culture
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And when a young archeologist is killed in one city and her body dumped in the other, well … Check it out.
I think the whole idea of a successful archeologist is finding knowledge and wisdom in our past that we may have forgotten or lost.
It looks at America like an archeologist from the future or a visitor from another planet might, taking the objects that we produce and consume and constructing a world from it.
The victim is identified as archeologist Shelly Broussard who worked with rescue teams following Katrina.
Similar stone cups are dated to the first century, placing this cup within the first century simply by fact of its artisenship. in other words an archeologist can proximate its date it simply by looking at it.
An archeologist is the best husband a woman can have; the older she gets, the more interested he is in her.
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Thanks to some 40 years of hard work on the part of archeologist Phil Weigand and his Art Historian wife Acelia, we can now peek into the lives and works of the amazing civilization that ruled western Mexico two millennia ago.
There are usually guides there offering their services and if you are lucky you might find the archeologist who discovered the site many years ago.
No such ceremonies have yet been carried out in Jalisco for the many bodies which archeologist Rodrigo Esparza suspects were dumped into mass graves near the San Marcos train station.
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