How to use Archeologists in a sentence

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  • Some of that data may be lost forever, or they may be awaiting discovery by archeologists.

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  • From this time archeologists have found new types of objects including large bronze cauldrons which would have been hung on chains above the fire.

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  • The date and the ' long house ' style of building led archeologists to believe it was built by Anglo-Scandinavian colonists.

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  • Diving into the Iron Age Diving archeologists have been exploring the crannogs in Loch Tay since 1980.

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  • Many archeologists vigorously deny that cannibalism has ever been normal practice in Britain or elsewhere, in prehistory or at any more recent period.

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  • I was told a story about human remains disinterred by archeologists working on a local development.

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  • Stone Age people has intrigued archeologists.

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  • The archeologists drive out across the desert, climb an unlikely pass through some mountains and descend toward deep Saharan dunes.

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  • The ship has remained a Holy Grail for maritime archeologists ever since.

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  • Now, archeologists cut a trench through territory once inhabited by folk they find interesting.

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  • It was also the time at which the opposition of some archeologists grew particularly intense, increasing publicity for the hobby still further.

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  • At Cosa in Italy, archeologists have found evidence for the water-lifting machinery that supplied public baths.

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  • Hence, there is a case for the spiral maze theory which archeologists are willing to entertain.

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  • Archeologists, not really having a clue, call such sites ' pillow mounds ' and reckon they may be medieval rabbit warrens.

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  • The participants included not only archeologists and historians but also naval architects and specialists in sea-level studies.

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  • Inevitably, the archeologists discovered human remains during their excavations; two British soldiers and one German, distinguishable only by their metal buttons.

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  • It's no wonder, perhaps, that so many genuine archeologists feel rather snooty about him.

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  • The archeologists found spindle whorls which are used to make the end of a long stick, or spindle whorls which are used to make the end of a long stick, or spindle, heavier.

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  • University of Sheffield archeologists have uncovered a 7,700-year-old human thighbone, which has provided new evidence about the diet of ancient people.

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  • This section looks at why shipwrecks are important and how they become time capsules for archeologists.

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  • Unlike policemen, archeologists do n't trample all over the data, either.

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  • Archeologists have recently found well-preserved Yew wood carvings at ancient sites of springs and wells which were probably votive offerings.

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  • The archeologists found spindle whorls which are used to make the end of a long stick, or spindle, heavier.

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  • It 's no wonder, perhaps, that so many genuine archeologists feel rather snooty about him.

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  • This highly detailed and specialized sculpting by what was an essentially stone age people has intrigued archeologists.

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  • A great deal of controversy has arisen when there is the often occurrence of archeologists digging up grave sites and tearing apart sacred areas.

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  • Some archeologists have seen the pottery as relating to tribal affiliations.

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  • Forgotten for more than 1,600 years, the once-thriving trade center of Pompeii has been successfully uncovered by archeologists.

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  • About 9000 years ago, they have left little evidence to be unearthed by archeologists.

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  • The tiny skeleton of Flo unearthed by archeologists on an island in the Indian Ocean was only a meter high.

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  • Archeologists have discovered evidence that wines have been created in Italy since the 8th century BCE, making it one of the oldest known wine-producing regions in the world.

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  • Used as a divination method in ancient China, the oracle bones, found and dated by archeologists and scientists are the earliest records of the symbols used by man to represent the concept of ying and yang.

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  • Archeologists believe the first form of checkers dates back to 3,000 B.C.

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  • Today, scientists and archeologists are continuing to learn more about the dinosaurs, and kids love learning the latest facts while exploring the wealth of information that has already been accumulated.

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  • Archeologists have found that there are eight elementary knots that create the rest of the patterns found in Celtic knotwork.

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  • Archeologists have found Sennacherib's royal annals of the campaign.

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  • The little bleeders then hitch a ride to earth on the rescue ship sent to find out what's happened to the archeologists.

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