archaeological: related to or dealing with or devoted to archaeology; "an archaeological dig"; "a dramatic archaeological discovery"
(archeology) the branch of anthropology that studies prehistoric people and their cultures
(Archeologists) Archaeology, or archeology (from Greek ἀρχαιολογία, archaiologia – ἀρχαῖος, arkhaīos, "ancient"; and -λογία, -logiā, "-logy"), is the study of past human societies, primarily through the recovery and analysis of the material culture and environmental data which they have left ...
(Archeology (band)) Archeology is a four piece indie band from Portland, Oregon made up of writing team Jason Davis and Daniel Walker, as well as drummer Benjamin Haysom and guitarist Zach Dilday. Archeology's debut album, Change of Address, was released February 14, 2009
(The Archeologist) The Archeologist is a 1914 American silent short drama film directed by Henry Otto starring Ed, Winifred Greenwood, and John Steppling.
(Archeologist) A person who's career lies in ruins
(Archeology) scientific study of the human past through the things left behind by humans.
(Archeology) The study of ancient times based on digging up buried artifacts.
(Archeology) Chakotay says that if they were stuck on Earth he might pursue archeology fulltime; he could teach at the university or work at one of the important digs in Central America since there were still a lot of important discoveries to be made in the 20th century. (Future's End, Part 2)
(Archeology) The search for, and interpretation of, artifacts, usually recovered from underground (e.g., grave goods, building foundations).
(archeology) [The] archeological level -- the level of what made [an event or a situation] possible." (The Order of Things, p.31) Strict analysis of discourse (Dreyfus & Rabinow, p.104) Archeology and genealogy alternate and support each other.(Dreyfus & Rabinow, p.105). ...
(archeology) n. the scientific study of past human life and activities
(archeology) the process of digging in the earth to uncover information on how people lived in the past