archaeological evidence

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  • One claim is that archaeological evidence may exist that has not yet been found.
  • These early settlers left behind archaeological evidence of their way of life.
  • Archaeological evidence has shown that the area has been settled since prehistoric times.
  • No archaeological evidence has been found so far, so many hills could be the actual site of the battle.
  • Archaeological evidence showed that the Roman empire was active on the island.
  • Archaeological evidence shows that the area has been settled since the Bronze Age.
  • There is, however, no archaeological evidence to indicate activity during this later period.
  • Much archaeological evidence may have been destroyed in that process.
  • The site contains various archaeological evidence from the pre-historic era.
  • Archaeological evidence suggests that the well has been in almost constant use for at least two thousand years.
  • Archaeological evidence shows that the site of the town has been occupied since prehistoric times.
  • There is also less archaeological evidence of large settlements and trade in the area.
  • No archaeological evidence has been found so far, to show that any church existed here earlier than shown in written records.
  • Archaeological evidence shows that the area has been settled since prehistoric and Roman times.
  • Little is known of his campaigns, and there is little archaeological evidence for them.
  • Archaeological evidence shows the existence of the village in the Iron Age.
  • This identification remains popular, although there is no archaeological evidence to support it.
  • Archaeological evidence of stone age and Iron Age human settlement has been recovered from the region.
  • However, there was no archaeological evidence that these structures existed by the time of highway construction.
  • According to archaeological evidence, the cause of the fire remains a mystery.
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