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An archeologist is the best husband any woman can have; the older she gets, the more interested he is in her.


Some archeologists believe that Stonehenge the mysterious arrangement of enormous elongated stones in England is actually a crude effort by the Druids to build a computing device


The archeologist said it was probably best if we stepped away and let the graves remain where they were. We'd also rather just leave them alone


Early on the scanning tunneling microscope was more used like an archeologists tool where you were seeing things for the first time


I only knew him as an excellent painter. I dont know he is an archeologist let alone anything about the tea stuff


Prior to 1850 caskets were like Draculas they were widest at the shoulder and narrowed down. When they dug a grave they dug down to a point and then they dug the hole to match the shape of the coffin. This produced a shoulder of undisturbed soil the coffin ledge that the archeologist was probing. I tried it and it takes quite some skill


Its a continual excavation process you could say. Its like being an archeologist of your own instrument as a kind of microcosm of the human voice of human utterance of sound itself. By digging into my own voice I'm uncovering feelings and energies for which we dont have words its like shades of feeling early human utterance and essential human nature


This is a Rosetta Stone finding. Usually we're limited to studying the current snapshot of the heavens. For the first time we have the opportunity to study the original light from the outburst and the debris left behind centuries later in the same way that archeologists make links with ancient civilizations


The graves are not in a specified direction and we still dont know why they were built so. However some archeologists believe that during this period the body was buried towards the sun therefore the direction of the grave depended on the location of the sun in the sky at the time of burial


It has been mentioned that in Trench I there is evidence of three successive stages of these defences.


The contents of the massive banks behind these successive revetments makes it quite clear that the material was derived from the incorporation of earlier occupation levels.


The evidence of the presence of the Pre pottery material in the fill of the bank shows that the occupation of that period had extended to even beyond the limits of the Middle Bronze town.


These structures were on the berm created in the phase reconstruction.


Anthropology is the most humanistic of the sciences and the most scientific of the humanities.


A number of scientists with greatly different backgrounds can come up with completely different assessments. The discussions or controversies are endless Once a year we try to bring the most important discoverers together to exchange their experiences and knowledge.



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