archaeologic

All Adjective Noun
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  • It is a park formed by various archaeologic sites, some already studied and others still in study.
  • It was he who confirmed my father in his archaeologic researches, especially about Rome. Cited from Without Dogma, by Henryk Sienkiewicz
  • However, he soon get interested with archaeologic excavations, due to the rich history of the soil in many areas where he was working as architect.
  • They are often used as an indicator that an archaeologic site is a post-contact Aboriginal site.
  • In the 1980s an archaeologic campaign brought back to light a number of historical and prehistorical findings.
  • Based on archaeologic evidence, the Biberstein area has been inhabited since at least the 6th century.
  • Several archaeologic findings suggest a settlement in the area already in Carolingian times.
  • Archaeologic findings point out that there was already human activity as early as in 4000 BC.
  • The first archaeologic artefacts demonstrating iron smelting date back to the Roman time.
  • Later on, when his studies and archaeologic researches took up his whole time, he engaged a tutor, Father Calvi. Cited from Without Dogma, by Henryk Sienkiewicz
  • The remarkable archaeologic instinct which has guided the finder of these pipes has led him to even more important discoveries. Cited from Animal Carvings from Mounds of the Mississippi Valley, Henry W. Henshaw
  • The club organised celebration of traditional holidays, revived traditional ceremonies, participated in archaeologic research.
  • Unlike many archaeologic finds, the human remains at the site were able to be dated with environmental, geologic, and archaeologic methods.
  • All these are archaeologic facts, and give but slight indications concerning the methods of cultivation or the real condition of the cultivated races of that time. Cited from Species and Varieties, by Hugo DeVries
  • New stones cut in old style are false witnesses.' He wished to limit the task of the archaeologic architect to that of supporting and consolidating walls. Cited from The Red Lily, by Anatole France, v1
  • Presently, with efforts the very vigour of which served as tonic to character, he began to wrestle at the granite again and resume his archaeologic studies. Cited from Children of the Mist, by Eden Phillpotts
  • A distinguished man of letters, he was known above all for his biographies of celebrated rabbis, for historic and archaeologic studies, and for an unfinished encyclopedia. Cited from Rashi, by Maurice Liber
  • Some other wall-pictures are essentially modern, and others have been restored, after Russian usage, in so reckless and wholesale a fashion as to be no longer of value as archaeologic records. Cited from Russia, As Seen and Described by Famous Writers, ed. by Singleton
  • The town is dominated by Fort King George, an 18th-century fortification named after King George III which now hosts a historic/archaeologic museum.
  • Within this almost 10-year period, Vainshtein undertook wide-ranging ethnographic and archaeologic research in many parts of Tuva.
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