archaeological finds

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  • This archaeological find shows that the area was settled long before the village was founded.
  • A great deal is known about Roman times in the area from archaeological finds.
  • Archaeological finds show that the area has been settled since Roman times.
  • Archaeological finds of human occupation in the area date back more than a thousand years.
  • Archaeological finds support the presence of a large population not of Greek culture.
  • Archaeological finds indicate that the lower town was established before the upper one.
  • Several major archaeological finds were made in recent years in areas under the North Sea.
  • It was the appearance that suggested the title, not any archaeological find. Cited from The Romance of the Colorado River, F. Dellenbaugh
  • These archaeological finds most likely indicate the original site of the village.
  • It has been occupied for thousands of years and some of the archaeological finds are now being reported.
  • Worse yet, many archaeological finds have not yet been published, much less translated.
  • Archaeological finds make it clear that the municipal area was already settled in Roman times.
  • Archaeological finds indicate a very early date for its first human occupation.
  • The selected location on the map is the one with most archaeological finds.
  • This period is known for being poor in archaeological finds.
  • Archaeological finds suggest that the area has been inhabited since the stone age.
  • Archaeological finds, however, make it clear that the village existed earlier.
  • These figures may well be mythical and have not been supported by archaeological finds.
  • On account of the new information historians were focused on the archaeological finds for many years.
  • It is also the site of four distinguished archaeological finds.
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