archeologic


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Adj.1.archeologic - related to or dealing with or devoted to archaeologyarcheologic - related to or dealing with or devoted to archaeology; "an archaeological dig"; "a dramatic archaeological discovery"
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Based on their historic understanding of Silwan as "The city of David", Israeli authorities have started several archeologic and touristic projects in Silwan.
The section "How We Know What We Know about [X] Mythology" addresses sources for Incan or Celtic legend (archeologic, contemporary, and more recent writings), but for others like the Australian Wawilak Sisters, he says only, "Most of the Aboriginals' myths are kept secret from outsiders.
Riyadh, 10 Rabi'I,1439 AH, 28 November,2017 , SPA -- Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, President of Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage has confirmed that the Kingdom is one of the richest countries in the world with its archeologic, heritage and cultural depth and every day it discovers unique archaeological sites that attract the attention of the whole world to verify that it is the cradle of civilizations.
Underwater-archeologic research on island Sanga--Mugan // Theses of reports of conference "The Graet October and development of an archeologic science in Azerbaijan".--Baku: "The Knowledge", 1987.
There have been 2 examples of corpses exhumed from crypts during archeologic excavations in the twentieth century.
(11.) Coccidioidomycosis in workers at an archeologic site--Dinosaur National Monument, Utah, JuneJuly 2001.