Archaeologist

Anyone with an interest in the aims and methods of archaeology. A professional archaeologist usually holds a degree in anthropology with a specialization in archaeology and is trained to collect archaeological information in a 'proper' scientific way.

archaeologist

A person who finds out about the past by looking at old objects or buildings that are buried under the ground.

archaeologist

Anyone with an interest in the aims and methods of archaeology. A professional archaeologist usually holds a degree in anthropology with a specialization in archaeology and is trained to collect archaeological information in a proper scientific way.
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Archaeologist

• (n.) One versed in archaeology; an antiquary.
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Archaeologist

a person who excavates and studies ancient remains.
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archaeologist

archeologist, archaeologist A professional scholar who studies and reconstructs the human past through its physical remains. An archaeologist's work involves the scientific finding, collecting, cleaning, sorting, identifying, and measuring objects found in or on the earth or sea. The motive is to record and interpret ancient cultures rather than c...
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archaeologist

Expert in studying the past from remains left by people.
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