archaeological love

Definitions

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  • adjective Relating to the science or research of archaeology.

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  • adjective related to or dealing with or devoted to archaeology

Etymologies

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archaeology +‎ -ical

Examples

  • Generally speaking, when looking within archaeological horizons (i. e “identifiable pattern of material culture”), it is possible to identify one or more races, typically by craniometry.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » But Isn’t It a Bit Hard to Predict With a 7-Year-Old?

  • Examination of fossil penguins found in archaeological sites on New Zealand suggest that a newly discovered species went extinct after Polynesian settlers arrived there.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Though it is difficult to estimate the degree, the disappearance of cowries and the presence of Han's wuzhuqian, a popular coin, in archaeological sites served as solid evidence.

    Between Winds and Clouds: The Making of Yunnan (Second Century BCE to Twentieth Century CE)

  • It's the first discovery of bone soup in Chinese archaeological history, Liu says, according to People's Daily online.

    Bone soup found in 2,400-year-old bronze pot in China

  • The members of the Committee for International Relations of the Japanese Archaeological Association (JAA), who translate these and other materials on the JAA website, have carefully chosen at least one site from each major period in Japanese archaeological studies: paleolithic, Jomon, Yayoi, Kofun, antiquity, medieval, and “modern” (which seems to begin in the 16th century).

    井の中の蛙 » Noteworthy Archaeological Sites, Issue 2008 » Print

  • This is the first study ever conducted on silver in archaeological ceramics.

    Muslims in Europe

  • The members of the Committee for International Relations of the Japanese Archaeological Association (JAA), who translate these and other materials on the JAA website, have carefully chosen at least one site from each major period in Japanese archaeological studies: paleolithic, Jomon, Yayoi, Kofun, antiquity, medieval, and “modern” (which seems to begin in the 16th century).

    Dig into those archives: History Carnival and Cliopatria Awards

  • The members of the Committee for International Relations of the Japanese Archaeological Association (JAA), who translate these and other materials on the JAA website, have carefully chosen at least one site from each major period in Japanese archaeological studies: paleolithic, Jomon, Yayoi, Kofun, antiquity, medieval, and “modern” (which seems to begin in the 16th century).

    Noteworthy Archaeological Sites, Issue 2008

  • The members of the Committee for International Relations of the Japanese Archaeological Association (JAA), who translate these and other materials on the JAA website, have carefully chosen at least one site from each major period in Japanese archaeological studies: paleolithic, Jomon, Yayoi, Kofun, antiquity, medieval, and “modern” (which seems to begin in the 16th century).

    Noteworthy Archaeological Sites, Issue 2008

  • The Magude area has fallen between the cracks in archaeological research agendas on both sides of the Lebombos.

    Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique

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