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Definition of the adverb archaeologically
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- in an archaeological manner
- regarding archaeology
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655–681 The difficulty of demonstrating this change archaeologically is a warning.
The Archaeology of Childhood (2005)
Children, Gender, and Material Culture by Jane Eva Baxter
Finding ways to bring these themes together to investigate children archaeologically is an important step in further developing the archaeology of childhood.
The Importance of British Material Culture to Historical Archaeologies of the Nineteenth Century (2016)
by Alasdair Brooks
Perhaps one of the reasons that miniatures are not always valued archaeologically is that they are not always found in textbook archaeological contexts, neatly sealed and securely dateable, that may be limited to sealed pits, cesspits, privies, cellars and wells on many historical period sites. Miniatures may also be found in “disturbed, “overburden,” “topsoil,” “unstratified” contexts and “ plowzone.” There may be few, if any, stratified deposits on 19th-century sites. Some objects were ...
by David Blackman, Boris Rankov, Kalliopi Baika, Henrik Gerding, Jari Pakkanen
Cradles appear neither in our literary sources nor in the epigraphic naval inventories from the Piraeus, and the only possible example known archaeologically is a fragment of a light wooden structure found under the Kinneret boat from the Sea of Galilee. See Baika : – with figs. – for a description of cradles in use in the modern Mediterranean. Marseilles: Hermary et al. : ; Kition: Callot : , fig. ; Yon : , figs. a–b (Fig. A .
by Pamela R. Stern
Archaeologically known cultural complex found mainly in northwest Alaska and dating from approximately 1600 BC to around 500 BC. The cultural complex takes its name from the site where it was first recognized archaeologically—the Choris Peninsula near present-day Kotzebue. Choris people may have spread as ...
Humanity, Culture and Social Life by Tim Ingold
Moreover, estimates of adult survivorship in both ethnographically and archaeologically recorded populations of hunter-gatherers are probably artificially low. Among modern huntergatherers, outside the Arctic where deaths from starvation and accidental exposure are relatively common, the great majority of observed deaths result from infectious diseases, and particularly from newly introduced epidemic diseases which probably did not exist in the prehistoric world, suggesting that ...
World of a Slave: Encyclopedia of the Material Life of Slaves in the United States [2 volumes] (2010)
Encyclopedia of the Material Life of Slaves in the United States by Kym S. Rice, Martha B. Katz-Hyman
While archaeologically recovered faunal remains, along with planter's letters and diaries, reveal that, by and large, slaves, ...
by Martin Manser
archaeologically adv in terms of archaeology: The island turned out to be very interesting archaeologically. archaeologist n person who studies archaeology: The statue was discovered by archaeologists digging in the ruins. ARCHITECT n ...
by Michael Lapidge, John Blair, Simon Keynes, Donald Scragg
Linguistically,theyare identified as speakers of one of the* Celtic languages; archaeologically they areoftenequated withthe material culture associatedwith thesites of Hallstatt andLa Tène. It shouldbe noted, however, that the linguistic and archaeological definitions diverge: by way of example, Lepontic is a Celtic language but belongs archaeologically to the Golasecca culture (south of Hallstatt). In AngloSaxon times, Celts occupied Ireland, northern, western and southwestern Britain, ...
by Timothy Darvill
The earliest named Chinese dynasty known from historical records and confirmed archaeologically. Spanning the 16th to the 11th centuries BC, this Bronze Age power ruled the North China Plain. Traditionally preceded by the Xia Period, the Shang is divided into a number of phases including the Erlitou, ...
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Scrabble value of A1R1C3H4A1E1O1L1O1G2I1C3A1L1L1Y4
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