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noun as in student of the physical remains of ancient cultures or eras

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Of course I was frustrated, but writers deal with disappointment all the time, and so do archaeologists.

She is a great role model and absolutely representative of the archaeologists I met in her indomitable drive.

Archaeologists are much harder to reach and get close to than the subjects of my other books.

Now she turns her attention to the mysterious world of archaeologists.

I'm not sure if archaeologists are naturally drawn to "losers"—or can we call them overlooked people?

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.

The final removal of the bones was conducted in the presence of a number of German archaeologists expressly invited to attend.

The hints which it is the object of this volume to convey are not meant for experienced archaeologists.

No one knows were Nod was situated, nor can the most learned archaeologists denote the actual position of Tarshish.


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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to archaeologists, such as: excavator, paleontologist, classicist, archaeologian, paleologist, and prehistorian.

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