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Cytology a structure seen in tissue after death, fixation, staining, etc., that is not normally present in the living tissue

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any individual material object produced by a culture. The study of such objects is important in anthropology (see MATERIAL CULTURE). In ARCHAEOLOGY, the artefacts left behind by a society are the main means of reconstructing an account of that society.
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It was decided that all artefacts of the province currently either stationed or on display in other parts of the country will be brought back to the province.
One is the provincial museum in Takeo town and the other is in Angkor Borei district, where artefacts unearthed at the area's Funan-era temples are researched and kept on public display.
The artefacts from Pakistan had generated great interest among the visitors of the exhibition and depicts civilizational history, art and culture.
'Contractors should not be desperate to sell objects or artefacts found on sites to the rich in the society.
Egypt's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced last May that the Egyptian Embassy in Rome had been informed by the Italian authorities of the seizure of 23,700 artefacts, including 118 Egyptian pieces.
Abu Dhabi: Three Arabs have been arrested for trying to illegally sell unique artefacts, the Abu Dhabi Police announced on Tuesday.
The Working Party 21 on Corrosion of Archaeological and Historic Artefacts presents studies on conservation issues; analytical techniques for studying cultural heritage corrosion; specific alteration processes; on-site monitoring; and protection media, methods, and strategies.
on returning more than 10,000 Iraqi artefacts that are in the United States, by August 2014.
Byrne 1984; Flood 1980), considered that variations in the density of artefacts and sites across the highlands landscape reflected the influence of natural resources on the intensity of Aboriginal occupation.
Washington, September 21 ( ANI ): Humans from the Upper Palaeolithic Age recycled their stone artefacts to be put to other uses, a new study has revealed.
The accuses of Gandhara artefacts theft Zafar and Asif Majeed were presented before the court here on Saturday.
A close examination of the artefact revealed it was not a genuine one, but an imitation of Pharaonic and Phoenician artefacts dated back to the first and second millennium BC.