archeological remains

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Noun1.archeological remains - a relic that has been excavated from the soilarcheological remains - a relic that has been excavated from the soil
relic - an antiquity that has survived from the distant past
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
remains - any object that is left unused or still extant; "I threw out the remains of my dinner"
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The ambassador said as a part of cooperative efforts, the Korean government has provided the conservation equipments to DoAM for preserving the moveable antiquities especially specimen of the Buddhist art uncovered from the archeological remains of Buddhist sanctuaries in the ancient Gandhara region.
Dr Siddiqui stated that the archeological remains of the Gandhara civilization were under threat from encroachment of sites, lack of ownership by the public and the government, natural calamities and even security issues
Muataz Besharat, who monitors Israeli violations in the area, said Israeli army banned Mohammad Mahmoud Sawafta from entering and working in his own farm near the village, claiming that the land where the farm is located contains archeological remains.
The archeological remains feature Heliographic carvings of his names and titles.
"In Jerusalem, there are no archeological remains of the Jews or any of their prophets.
visit the underground sewer network or the secrets of the city's history in the archeological remains in a crypt under Notre-Dame.
Summary: SIDON: The British Museum delegation announced on Tuesday that it has discovered significant archeological remains in Sidon, during the 12th year of excavation project.The delegation has been working on the College excavation site in the southern coastal city of Sidon for 12 years, with the cooperation of the Department of Antiquities of Lebanon