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The tombs, the most archaeologically significant find at the dig, were discovered by a team from Durham University.
Furthermore, they have also agreed to a Traditional Ecollogical Knowledge study that will assess the archaeologically and culturally significant sites and areas of traditional use within the project area.
forces have been severely criticized for their part in damaging or failing to protect cultural properties when occupying archaeologically sensitive areas in military theaters of occupation," DOD officials said.
The tunnel excavation is located not only well below the street surface and the water table adjacent to New York harbor, but also on one of the most archaeologically sensitive sites in North America;
The Zana Valley lies in an archaeologically neglected region, the arid Andean sierra, which is between about 6,000 and 9,000 feet in elevation.
In Britain we archaeologists operate when construction firms wish to disturb archaeologically sensitive deposits.
The houses were geologically compacted on top of each other and decades of exploration subsequently revealed an archaeologically significant array of bathing rooms, wall paintings, a courtyard, kitchens and two peristyles.
FIVE,8pm) HIDDEN TREASURE:New series in which Miranda Krestovnikoff meets ordinary people who,armed with only their humble metal detectors, have stumbled across some of the country's most archaeologically significant relics.
Archaeologically retrieved remains and depictions of musical instruments as well as relevant extramusical information provide the raw data from which the musical culture of a traditional society can be reconstructed.
Myths in Stone surveys the national myths of the United States as they have been encoded in the monumental buildings and sculptures of the nation's capital, examining these works of stone archaeologically as disclosing layers of meaning and sequentially as continually reinterpreted objects of pilgrimage.
Every cinematic second of the new film ``The Scorpion King'' is based on strictly researched and archaeologically verified historical fact.
You'll have a chance to uncover a valuable gem at this archaeologically themed dinner-dance, set along the bay at Historic Spanish Point.
Within the essay I make an effort to begin addressing this question in two ways -- theoretically and pedagogically: (1) I suggest that my understanding of cultural memory and archaeologically informed theology promote a rethinking of the body as a cultural artifact and as a ritualized space or item that enlivens our understanding of religious ritual; and, (2) I address the pedagogical challenges connected with this conception of the body.
The foreshores in central London are archaeologically rich, and we discovered curious things among the anticipated tin cans and used syringes: a fragment of Elizabethan ceramic, an odd-looking shard of bone from a pig, a beautiful fragment of Dutch porcelain, depicting two human figures.
Many of the objects are both beautiful and archaeologically important," she said.
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