12 Facts About Archaeologists


Archaeologists was the first to date an archaeological artifact in his attempt to date Naram-Sin's temple during his search for it.

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Archaeologists noted down his archaeological discoveries in his diary, Commentaria .

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Archaeologists was ahead of his time in the analysis of his findings.

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Archaeologists attempted to chart the chronological stylistic evolution of handwriting, medieval architecture, costume, and shield-shapes.

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Archaeologists was one of the founders of scientific archaeology and first applied the categories of style on a large, systematic basis to the history of art.

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Archaeologists was one of the first to separate Greek art into periods and time classifications.

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Archaeologists undertook excavations in Wiltshire from around 1798, funded by Sir Richard Colt Hoare.

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Archaeologists's approach was highly methodical by the standards of the time, and he is widely regarded as the first scientific archaeologist.

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Archaeologists was responsible for mentoring and training a whole generation of Egyptologists, including Howard Carter who went on to achieve fame with the discovery of the tomb of 14th-century BC pharaoh Tutankhamun.

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Archaeologists are very much reliant on public support; the question of exactly who they are doing their work for is often discussed.

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Archaeologists increasingly realize that their work can benefit non-academic and non-archaeological audiences, and that they have a responsibility to educate and inform the public about archaeology.

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Archaeologists have been obliged to re-examine what constitutes an archaeological site in view of what native peoples believe to constitute sacred space.

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