unexcavated

unexcavated

(ʌnˈɛkskəˌveɪtɪd)
adj
not excavated; not hollowed or dug up
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The Regional TechITS said the total amount of deficiency was set at P25,010,651.68, for the hauling cost and the cost of unexcavated volume.
Unexcavated sites near settlements are frequently encroached on for the construction of houses, one instance being the important site of Sarai Khola in the Taxila valley.
Add in the unexcavated burial, settlement and ceremonial sites, and it's no wonder UNESCO added this incredible destination to the list in 1999.
In many source countries, looting is fairly easy as there are many unknown or unexcavated archaeological sites.
East of the unexcavated settlement, the cemetery occupies a low hill with tombs positioned at the apex and others cut into the surrounding slopes (Kolonas 1998:123; Kolonas and Moschos 1999:230).
He also added that the analyses of these organic remains will be carried out using the latest technologies in conjunction with exploring the unexcavated areas.
Between the prison and the hill is the largely unexcavated Roman Sixth Legion garrison, thought to have been built by Emperor Hadrian.
The original subtitle, Footnotes to an Unexcavated Novel, foreshadowed Solstad's intent, for the timeless story is indeed rendered only in footnotes.
Some sites in the area still remain unexcavated, looking just like ordinary jungle-covered hills.
The vast majority of the fort interiors are unexcavated. Two-thirds of the fort site at South Shields remains untouched.
The ship was recently discovered close to the Tal y Bont wreck and is unexcavated. According to Cadw, her cargo, form and even her identity is uncertain, with a survey and research into the vessel ongoing.