archaeologists[ ahr-kee-ol-uh-jist ]SEE DEFINITION OF archaeologists
Synonyms for archaeologists
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARCHAEOLOGISTS
This must not be ascribed to any lack of ardour on the part of archaeologists.
Looking back, they saw that the archaeologists were still hard at it.
This is why the archaeologists avoid mentioning these caves.
On Eype Down is an ancient earthwork of much interest to archaeologists.
This statement is made by one of the most able archaeologists and semitic scholars in the world.
As for the archaeologists, they are unable even to determine whether this temple was built by Buddhists or Brahmans.
Only archaeologists are to-day greatly interested in ancient theories of the world as such.
Western archaeologists fail to share any common understanding as to what these artifacts mean in time and function.
The ancient Egyptians were great at scientific dodges—very great indeed, nearly as great as we, the archaeologists tell us.
I want a check right away on those Nathian records the archaeologists found.