archeologist


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Noun1.archeologist - an anthropologist who studies prehistoric people and their culturearcheologist - an anthropologist who studies prehistoric people and their culture
anthropologist - a social scientist who specializes in anthropology
Egyptologist - an archeologist who specializes in Egyptology
paleographer, paleographist - an archeologist skilled in paleography
pothunter - a nonprofessional archeologist
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The seminar will be moderated by Mohamed Kenawi, and an Egyptologist and an archeologist.
Dr Loka added that the Archeologist team was comprising of Italian and Pakistani experts and they found signs of Hindu temple and graveyard as well as sign of Moria empire.
This isn't the first time an archeologist claimed to have discovered King David's palace.
They were found buried just a few centimetres below a paved section of asphalt, said archeologist Ashuni Romero Butron, who added "fortunately they were not damaged by erosion before the paving.
Yale Archeology Professor Harpy Weiss described destroying the cemetery as a "historical and cultural disaster," while another Israeli archeologist said a group of international archeologists is pressuring the American financers of the museum after Israeli courts approved the construction plan.
The stereotype of the archeologist, the white guy in khaki, is quickly fading.
Archeologist Mixhait Polozani says that Albanian parties should assume responsibility for the fact that no ethnic Albanian archeologist from Macedonia participates in the archeological excavations.
Ronny Reich of Haifa University, the leading archeologist at the David City dig, does not believe that the tunnel leads to King David's baths and said that only when the dig uncovers dateable artifacts will they be able to posit what lies at the other end.
Borough archeologist Graham Eyre-Morgan said: "It would be a useful exercise.
When Tara Mullray, a young Englishwoman, goes to visit her archeologist father in Egypt, she finds that he has just died.
The archeologist who remained healthy (archeologist C, Figure 2) only worked on June 20.
In Walking the Bible: A Journey by Land Through the Five Books of Moses (William Morrow, 2001), Feiler joins forces with Israeli archeologist Avner Goren and sets out on a 10,000-mile trek from Mount Ararat (where Noah's ark supposedly landed) to Mount Nebo (where a dying Moses may have seen the promised land).