This technique involves the use of a remote sensing system that is widely applied in the approximation of the distances to and from particular points on the earth's surface. In addition to the summit, there [...]
It will also describe the use of accelerator mass spectrometry radiocarbon dating for establishing the age of beeswax figures and charcoal paintings in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Finally, sites are the last category of excavated evidence and refer to complete sets of all the above-mentioned archaeological objects, the analysis of which defines the nature of a place and the quality of life [...]
People enter the condition of trance and are able to access great resources of their own body, as well as the power of the Great Force.
Therefore, archaeologists are likely to understand the major purpose of the area but will fail to reconstruct the full picture and understand the space, people, and epoch correctly.
The purpose of this paper is to discuss the importance of the Tel Burna site, the methodology employed by the archeologists, and the contributions made by the project.
At the same time, many shallow bodies of freshwater which could support weed growth eventually turned into marches, which altered the vegetation of the region and the dietary habits of the tribes in the area.
The aim of this paper is to examine the methods for analysis and interpretation of archaeological sites, artifacts, ecofacts, and features.
The paper will look at the social, political, and cultural factors associated with performances in the theatres and how much attention is given to the physical setting of the theatres, and the audiences as compared [...]
Feminist archeology examines the roles and activities of women in the past societies. They strive to understand the roles that women and men played in the past societies.
The study has also revealed the shift in lifestyle of the inhabitants of the French Alps from hunting and gathering of food to mechanised agriculture.
This report aims at revealing the essentials of the Umm al-Nar site along with its significance in the framework of cultural heritage and tourism to understand the role of this geoarchaeological complex in nowadays national [...]
Textural features of the samples are discussed with the help of the description that focuses on inclusions and voids. Chemical quantitative analysis and its findings are in the focus of the author's attention A petrographic [...]
The back of the artifact has a hook for hanging on the wall. It joins the semicircular blade to the image of the god at the top.
Despite the vast number of such kind of writings, the scientific approach that is commonly implemented in archeology proves that there is no room for mystery in the history of humankind, showing the importance of [...]
On the other hand, archaeologists use the chemical constituents of a ceramic to identify the origin of the ingredients used in its manufacture.
Most of the archaeologists feel that the development of the Stokeleigh Camp came as a result of the discovery and the increased use of iron in England, which in turn led to enormous social changes [...]
As it often happens with various works of art that have stood the time test of several epochs, the creator of the harp and the invalid soundbox inside it is unknown.
The national park is being directed by the DNP Authority that secures the sites and operates the business and other activities.
The archaeological team examined the site and discovered many similarities between the famous Stonehenge and Woodhenge the entrances of the wooden circle are aligned in the way that would allow the sun rays to enter [...]
The site is situated in Gloucestershire, and the settlement dates back to ca. The site is also remarkable as it sheds light on one of the most questionable religious practices in the history of humanity.
One of the artifacts that were found in the museum was the largest Tyrannosaurus ever known commonly referred to as the Sue.
The scientists were determined to find out the origins of the creature and to solve the secret of the grave. The scientists associated all of these objects with the remnants of the mummy and came [...]
Queen Hatshepsut's remains have not been found completely, and there is much evidence to discuss the role of Thutmose III in the female pharaoh's disappearance.
In total, four scenes are depicted in the sound box, and scholars think that they are depicting a party in the spirit world, or the land of the dead. Also, the depictions of the men [...]
The origins of totem poles construction in Canada are not known, but no examples of poles carved before 1800 exist due to the easy degradation of red cedar a malleable wood that is used as [...]
The inscriptions found on the stone are believed to have been made by the Indians according to the 17th century American scholars. Besides, the message put in the inscriptions is linked to natives and explorers.
The second technique, which is grid walking, is where the survey area is divided into squares, and the field walkers use the fixed amount of time to work on each square collecting all the materials [...]
The sharp slope of the plateau borders on the Blackmore Vale to the west and Vale of Wardour to the north.
The characteristic features of stone were the main determinants of the kind of tool to be made from the raw material.
The sediment layers at the site indicate that the occupants had used fire for thousands of years considering the burnt flints found in lower parts of the pollen diagram.
In this study, the varying trends on the abundance of certain species were used to describe changes observed in the hunting practices and the animal species that were hunted.
Garfinkel et al.examined the ages of the of animal rock art within the Coso valley and connected their increased proliferation over the years leading up to 1500 B.C.with the subsequent decrease of the big horned [...]
A comprehensive laser examination of the Stonehenge in the previous year shows original information and axe carvings on how the shaping of stones was carried out.
From the outlook, the simplicity of the watch suggested that it was stored at the time when this kind of electronic device was innovated.
3 kings barrows viewed in the snow The Cursus lies to the west of Stonehenge making a rectangular earthwork running 1.
The big population made the site one of the largest cities of the world during the 1st millennium of the AD era.
This article discerns various aspects of the Australian goldfields and the rise and fall of the associated towns. Some of the people who went to the goldfields were lucky and they became rich.
Depictions of wild goats were common in buildings of royal families and wealthy people. According to Dunn, depictions of several animals on walls in ancient Egypt meant that the owners were zoologists.
One of the most revealing clues as to the ancient civilization was a collection of printed images that probably represent the inhabitants of the lodgment.
Another Issue in relation to the construction of the pyramids is with regard to how the huge blocks of stones used for the pyramid construction were transported from the quarries up to the site of [...]
Thus, Arthur concentrates on the role of women in the use of lithics and the role of females in the development of Prehistoric communities, whereas Sillitoe and Hardy study the use of stone tools and [...]
There are seven sections of the Lascaux caves namely: "the Great Hall of the Bulls, the Painted Gallery, the Lateral Passage, the Chamber of Engravings, the Main Gallery, the Chamber of Felines, and the Shaft [...]
The characteristics and location of the long-dead young woman may suggest just how complex the diffusion of culture and the movement of peoples in ancient times must have been.
The Clovis people came and settled in wide areas of North America; and nowadays, there are various studies, questions, and debates which concern the uncertain period they existed and their influence on the cultures of [...]
However, it is important to note that Darwin's evolutionary theory caused a revolution in the field of paleontology and this was because the fossil record turned out to be the only available source of evidence [...]
According to prologue of the book 'Skull Wars Kennewick Man, Archaeology, and the Battle for Native American Identity, the author of the prologue mentions the intention of the whites or Caucasians to ascertain themselves as [...]
The excavation of the site was done and documented on behalf of the British museum and most of the material is derived from the report by Hogarth commissioned by the museum.
The type of structures made were and still are determined by the availability of building materials, the level of development of building tools, the climatic conditions, and the economic resources available to the builder.