Introduction to archaeoastronomy
By: Nancy Seddens
Archeology had, at one time, a reputation for being boring and then its reputation went from mundane to exciting and adventurous with the release of the Indian Jones movies. Unfortunately the first impression of archeology was the more correct one for the general public. For...
By: Shelly Barclay
According to the Bible, Noah's Ark was a ship that Noah built at God's behest. The humans of the world had grown so "sinful" that God felt it necessary to kill all of them, save two. He told the least sinful man in the world-Noah-to...
Stages and procedures of archaeological research
By: James R Coffey
Dirt Archaeology: Where Does the Archaeological Record Really Begin? While many people associate archaeology with the study of ancient cultures, anthropologists hold the perspective that all cultures are equally important to the archaeological record, and that older finds are not necessarily more important nor significant...
By: Wayne Ramsey
Archaeology is incredibly important to mankind. By determining how mankind lived in the past it is possible to prevent problems in the future. Archaeologists are also able to create a snapshot into what life was like for our ancestors. This glimpse into the past makes...
By: Rianne Hill Soriano
For the many centuries of researching about pyramids, there are still a number of concerns and issues archaeologists face in their excavation projects. Although most people assume that excavation is always a priority choice by many archaeologists studying pyramids, it is not actually the case...
By: Lisa Putnam
Archaeology is the study of ancient people and societies through surveying, excavating, and analyzing collected materials from the past. Archaeology is both a science and a humanity and contains elements of anthropology, geology, geography, linguistics, chemistry, and history. Archaeologists begin by looking for a site...
By: Colette Georgii
There are many opportunities to volunteer for archaeological digs around the world. However, they may not be easy to acquire or to find. In order to begin the process of volunteering for an archaeological dig, you will have to first decide where you would like...
Research proves early 'Texans' dined on dog
By: Mary Bishop
Americans love dogs with a passion. We buy them gourmet food, tailor-made clothing and collars studded with semi-precious jewels. Perhaps our indulgent, over-the-top love for our canine friends stems from the fact that throughout history, we have benefited from the loyalty, bravery and companionship of...
Introduction to archaeological science
By: Katherine Johnson
There are many sciences that people study to show them why things work the way they do, archeology teaches people about the different human cultures through the use of recovery, architecture, and artifacts as well as environmental data. The study of archeology helps people understand...
By: Jerome Carter
There are two regions of the world where several ancient pyramids are found. One is Egypt and the Nile Valley. The other is in Mesoamerica.Although the Egyptian and Mesoamerican structure are both known as pyramids, they differed from each in appearance, function and antiquity...

 

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