excavation

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Explain that they have the opportunity to participate in an archaeological dig and potentially find an artifact and try to figure what the artifact is, how it got there, and where it came from.
A seven-day archaeological dig by Tees Archaeology will take place from May 12 next year and will be open to all.
SIDON, Lebanon: Sidon is set to have its own national museum on site a leading archaeological dig, with donors and developers ready to sign a contract for its construction Monday.
But it would not have been as exciting if it was a normal archaeological dig, where archaeologists are used to finding skeletons.
AN archaeological dig will take place at an historic estate.
upon-Avon, where an archaeological dig at Shakespeare's home should leave fans of the Bard rubbing their hands with glee.
AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL dig, under way in Chester's Grosvenor Park, aims to find previously unknown buildings associated with a great mansion house that was destroyed in the Civil War in the 17th century.
There was that huge hole in the ground for so long; there was an archaeological dig, but no one kept a record of where the gas pipes and water pipes went?
AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL dig near Venice has unearthed the 16th-century remains of a woman with a brick stuck between her jaws - evidence, experts say, that she was believed to be a vampire.
The site is now being sealed off for the next few months as a full archaeological dig is expected to take place.
Sarah Pickin, 23, found it on an archaeological dig at Finland's Kierikki Centre.
Never too late: The oldest fossilized remains of a child -- more than 3 million years old -- were reported this past week after their discovery in an archaeological dig in Ethiopia.
When Rob encounters a hippie-looking group, he hears about an archaeological dig, and a job as a documenting illustrator.
Wool is also a touchstone for Silver Laser Flowers, which uses four fragments of a floral-print fabric found on the artist's last trip to New York; Jensen has affixed them to canvas like remnants unearthed at an archaeological dig, leaving the viewer to complete the pattern around them.
The reader is also presented with an erudite discussion of the diverse ways in which archaeologists should approach obsidian research and a thorough survey of archeological obsidian studies that has methodological and theoretical applications for any archaeological dig anywhere in the world.
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