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When somebody, be it a municipality, electric company or contractor, performs any task involving excavations in an archaeologically declared area, the IAA closely supervises the works in order to avoid damages to antiquities.
The site itself is a snapshot of North East heritage - the former site of Swan Hunter and the most archaeologically excavated spot on Hadrian's Wall.
The area is neglected archaeologically because archaeologists have looked at Bahrain Fort, Barbar and maybe Al Khamis Mosque, but not areas surrounding it.
The Roman ship discovered is the oldest archaeologically documented shipwreck found along the Saudi Arabian coast, she said.
The overshot flakes were discarded by the knapper and recovered archaeologically at Red Wing.
Since Congress authorized an expansion of the park in 2004, which will more than double its size, Petrified Forest has been acquiring archaeologically important land as resources become available.
A mud wall seemingly, costing not much to build but archaeologically priceless, falling apart will be gone forever.
One of the most archaeologically sensitive areas at Hampi has been dug up by the PWD, Site Manager, Hampi site, ASI, N.
DOHA QATAR is rich in archaeologically significant sites, many of which remain waiting to be discovered, according to Prof Sultan Muhesen, a Consultant in the Archaeology, Architectural Conservation and Cultural Tourism Department of the Qatar Museums Authority (QMA).
In its role as an annual calendar, a pattern of alternating pit depths hints at the adjacent months, which may have been paired in some way, potentially reflecting some sort of dualistic cosmological belief system - known in the ethnographic and historical record in many parts of the world, but not detected archaeologically from the Stone Age.
Dr Shaikh Sultan said, 'The intent in developing this ecologically and archaeologically sensitive and diverse area is not to damage it by the construction of abundant towers and buildings that would rub out its distinctive characteristics, but rather to develop it in a viable way that will strengthen its environmental diversity and position, and encourage residents to be integrated with this environment through providing sustainable jobs.
The stones are located in lofty and isolated positions but the trail also highlights the variety of the South Pennines landscape from the industrial heritage of Hebden Bridge to the archaeologically significant Rombalds Moor at Ilkley.
If Caerleon had been in a "proper" English county, or had been a suburb of Cardiff (which perhaps, in time, it may become), it would probably have been archaeologically excavated many years ago.
That's why we think it's important archaeologically and educationally that we take this story of experience in WW2 and investigate.
I ask this site be conserved, archaeologically protected and sign board information erected for past and future citizens.
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