from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of archaeology.
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- n. Alternative spelling of archaeology.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- the branch of anthropology that studies prehistoric people and their cultures. Same as archæology, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the branch of anthropology that studies prehistoric people and their cultures
Mr. DREWS: I would love to, but that's - you know, archeology is out of my area of expertise.
You can infer intelligence and or design in archeology the study of dolphins and a whole host of other possibly scientific endeavors like strong AI and SETI why not biology and cosmology?
Erikson also has a background in archeology, which makes sense of the historical perspective.
Twenty-two more collections have been added to the Fototeca since that time, much of it coming from the INAH's own archives specializing in archeology, anthropology and history; others from the private donations of Mexican photographers and collectors.
In a field where opinions are changing, and even reversing themselves, as quickly as in archeology, this strikes me as especially useless.
That is what we actually do in archeology, forensics, etc.
For visitors interested in archeology, there is an interactive educational museum.
The Israeli organization Ir Amim ( "City of the Peoples") has a lot of information about the situation of East Jerusalem on noted that the rightwing Jewish group Elad has been undertaking extremely incendiary excavations -- under the guise of "archeology" -- in extremely sensitive parts of the city including Silwan and the Old City:
The sad thing is is that most Supts have never had to deal with criminals and yobs on the streets because they didnt have expect to have to do that when they joined on the fast track process with their degree in archeology and they all see these “gimmicks” as the way forward as they literally are children trying to do a grown ups job. on March 29, 2009 at 11: 27 am | Reply Gary
Presented simply as a document of time/place, this urban archeology is matter-of-fact but altogether fascinating through the author’s lens and research as well.
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