Archeologist


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Archeologist

A professional with experience in research, excavation, and analysis of archeological sites and artifacts.
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In a joint excavation between Hebrew University in Jerusalem and the Israel Antiquities Authority, archeologists say they (http://www.
The archeologists sent letters to the Simon Weisenthal Center,Israeli archeology department and Jerusalem municipality demanding to stop all construction work of the Museum of Tolerance on the site of the former Muslim cemetery, because it "breaches archaeology standards and Israeli law.
The original moat was filled in about 200 years ago, and archeologists will examine soil cores taken by hydrologists to locate the site's water table.
The case-patients included all 6 volunteers, both group leaders, and 2 of 10 archeologists.
We get a slightly different historical tour of the Bible from the two archeologists who wrote The Bible Unearthed: Archeology's New Vision of Ancient Israel and the Origin of Its Sacred Texts (The Free Press, 2001).
Archeologists unearthed in 1987 a 6,400-year-old clam shell sculpture of a dragon from a tomb in Puyang in the north-central Chinese province of Henan, the report said.
Finally, federal cases require that an archeologist provide a damage assessment - including an exact description of what has been lost, recovered, damaged, or displaced - and determine the costs significant to ARPA.
Ortega, also known as Chief Little Bear, and two other men chanted as Ortega's son lit a white sage smudge stick to swirl smoke over dozens of bones that an archeologist carefully dug out Wednesday.
The archeologist said they were the best preserved of any mummy he had ever seen.
Local archeologists like Robert Lopez are working to document and salvage what they can from the site, which was devastated in the 1950s by bulldozers that leveled the terrain for citrus orchards.
New details of the incredible find emerged Monday as archeologist Jerry Freeman described how he and his team found the treasure in November but waited to publicize it for fear it would be plundered.
A state archeologist said there are no laws governing inactive cemeteries unless they contain the remains of American Indians.