Thesaurus / archaeologists
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


According to French archaeologists the game was also called bonheur, chance, fortune, and hasard.

Note the slab on the outside wall which up to the present has kept its secret from archaeologists.

Seaward SussexEdric Holmes

We have even a class of vases called by archaeologists Corintho-Attic.

As for the archaeologists, they are unable even to determine whether this temple was built by Buddhists or Brahmans.

From the Caves and Jungles of HindostanHelena Pretrovna Blavatsky

I want a check right away on those Nathian records the archaeologists found.

Operation HaystackFrank Patrick Herbert

The composition of the group has suggested to other archaeologists a sisterly rather than a filial relation between the figures.

Archaeologists have accordingly been divided in opinion as to the subject.

We relate the events of the past to the people, not merely to a handful of archaeologists and numismaticians.

Jewish HistoryS. M. Dubnow

Alone the diggers and archaeologists, confined to definite facts, offer successful resistance.

Incredible AdventuresAlgernon Blackwood

According to the prevailing opinion of archaeologists this innovation cannot have taken place after the tenth century.

The Heroic AgeH. Munro Chadwick

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