Definitions

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  • noun Someone who is skilled, professes or practices archaeology.

Etymologies

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archaeolog(y) +‎ -ist

Examples

  • Some pseudo-archaeologist is going to make a fortune with a book “proving” that it was a major religious center.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Like Some Weird Cargo-Cult Temple

  • In Rome, a Vatican archaeologist is found dead in St. Peter's Basilica.

    The Doomsday Key by James Rollins: Book summary

  • "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.

    Recovering China's Past on Kenya's Coast

  • The (Dark) Nazi archaeologist is (Rising) casting a Crucimentum curse

    May 18th, 2007

  • For Ms. Eleftheratou, an archaeologist from the Greek Culture Ministry, the findings have been a dream discovery.

    A New Way to See Ancient Athens

  • For Ms. Eleftheratou, an archaeologist from the Greek Culture Ministry, the findings have been a dream discovery.

    At the Foot of the Acropolis

  • 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.

    Filmstalker: Steve McQueen's dream movie begins

  • Seriously, though, such a great find, and some poor archaeologist is quoted in the papers as saying it had "serious bling factor."

    My Missing Sword!

  • 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.

    REVIEW: Century Rain by Alastair Reynolds

  • 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.

    June 2006

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