The soil context is a significant part of any archaeological dig
. The various layers found in the ground provide archaeologist with information necessary to predict the age of the artifact.
A seven-day archaeological dig
by Tees Archaeology will take place from May 12 next year and will be open to all.
SIDON, Lebanon: Sidon is set to have its own national museum on site a leading archaeological dig
, with donors and developers ready to sign a contract for its construction Monday.The museum project will be built on land owned by the Directorate General of Antiquities at the Frere site.
When Rob encounters a hippie-looking group, he hears about an archaeological dig
, and a job as a documenting illustrator.
Wool is also a touchstone for Silver Laser Flowers, which uses four fragments of a floral-print fabric found on the artist's last trip to New York; Jensen has affixed them to canvas like remnants unearthed at an archaeological dig
, leaving the viewer to complete the pattern around them.
The reader is also presented with an erudite discussion of the diverse ways in which archaeologists should approach obsidian research and a thorough survey of archeological obsidian studies that has methodological and theoretical applications for any archaeological dig
anywhere in the world.
Pre-teen Ester discovers an 11,000 year old spearhead once used by mammoth hunters during an archaeological dig
: an artifact when opens a time portal and lands Esther in Ice Age Texas.
The archaeological dig
to determine whether a temple ever existed under the mosque was ordered by India's courts in March in an attempt to settle ongoing and sometimes violent clashes over the site.
Karl-James and Helen Langford, pictured here with daughter Bethan, five, are working at the archaeological dig
at St Brides Major and they are calling for more volunteers to help out.; PICTURE: Richard Swingler
THE public has been invited to find out more about local history at an north-east archaeological dig
Summary: Archaeological dig
has discovered the sacred site dates back more than 4,000 years
AN archaeological dig
and criminal justice lectures are among the activities on offer at a North Wales university's next open day.