artefact

(redirected from Artefacts)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Related to Artefacts: Artifacts
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for artefact

Synonyms for artefact

References in periodicals archive ?
Once they are back, these 3,000 artefacts will be accommodated in existing museums of the province.
The artefacts were mainly received after local residents found them and handed them over to the museum.
As many as 450 artefacts from 47 Asian countries including Pakistan are being displayed at the exhibition.
The curator, Kwara office of National Commission for Museums and Monuments, Mrs Bimpe Oladele has called on the public to bring any artefact or report strange discoveries on sites to the Commission.
Local Italian reports stated in May that the artefacts were seized in a diplomatic bag at the international airport in May; however, no official statement was released regarding this in Egypt.
Colonel Dr Rashid Mohammad Bu Rasheed, director of the Criminal Investigation Department, said the three men were under police surveillance and that they were intending to sell the artefacts for large sums of money.
Mayahi said, But there are still details that need to be worked out, and the artefacts must all be registered in an electronic archive at Cornell University in the state of New York before they are returned.
Hall's survey covered a total of 82 kilometres of transects and recorded the distribution of over 1000 stone artefacts. Yet he acknowledged that the sample was still too small to evaluate the significance of many types of environment.
The study conducted at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili and the Catalan Institute of Human Paleoecology and Social Evolution (IPHES) is based on burnt artefacts found in the Moli del Salt site in Tarragona, Spain.
The Awami Colony police registered a case of the artefacts smuggling against two detained accused and four others namely Atif But and Asif But, while search operation and raid is under way for further arrests, police sources said.
The expat, when questioned by the police, said he had wanted to sells the beetle-shaped pharonic artefact as he was facing financial difficulties.
We will start with some preliminary remarks on the relation between technical artefacts and engineering systems.
Following the demonstration by Hiscock and Attenbrow (1998) that the manufacture of backed artefacts occurred in Australia during the early Holocene, it is important to re-evaluate our approach to the archaeology of this period.
The fourthe category of artefacts, a category to which Dipert devotes about a quarter of the book, is works of art.