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An artifact is a?
artipakto. nakulektang mga bagay na mula pa nung unang panahon.
an object or tool used by past cultures
An artifact is a object or tool, or the remains of one, used by past cultures. Artifacts have been found from civilizations such as the Egyptians, Mayans, Aztecs, and Anasa…zi. . Things that have been made by humans. The word is often used in connection with ancient objects.
Artifacts like cooking utensils, tools, weapons, jewelry, etc give us clues about the lives of the people who used them. This is especially important when trying to understand… the lives of people who lived in ancient times, since written records from these civilizations (ancient Rome, Greece, China, West Africa, Japan, etc) are often sparse, lost, destroyed, or non-existant. Artifacts reveal what is called the "material culture" of civilizations. Material Culture consists of the all of the things that figure prominently into the daily lives of the people living in a particular time and place.
pottery tools clothing
A Jamaican artifact is any object made or modified by a human culture found in Jamaica.
Artifacts can be any tool from the past made by a human being such as jewelery or tools.
Artifacts are the physical manifestations of an organization. They include factors such are dressing codes, awards, myths, rituals, decorations and stories
Artifact: any object made by human beings, especially with a view to subsequent use. Source: dictionary.com
Dream Catcher and peace pipes
A Hand Made Fossil (Artifact) A hand made VASE A Mummy
Cleopatra left very few artifacts. She did little building. She did build a temple to Julius Caesar and finished up the work on the temple of Dendera that her father had begun…. The remainder of the artifacts consist of coins and a few busts, that may or may not be Cleopatra.
tool,weapon,or other object left behind by the early people
An object that gives information about the culture of a person or group
Artifact has some interesting meanings, but the meanings seem to have in common some connection to the physical world of objects, or at least of observable things. Simpl…e tools or other kinds of objects, like objects found at an archeological site would be called artifacts. Artifact can refer to body characteristics that have no functional value; I think the appendix would qualify. The word can also refer to something like non-harmful blips in an electrocardiograph that might come from some extraneous energy source. In these senses, organisation would be hard to class as an artifact. Organisation is more a concept than an artifact. However, you might get away with saying that organisations are artifacts of a certain age, or culture, or econony-- that kind of thing. But a good editor would probably discourage this use.
it varies from game to game, in some games it could be a hoard of treasure which you must retrieve from the evil grasp of Utgar, or the forsaken wellspring which you must capt…ure for Jandar. basically it can be anything you want, the skies the limit with this.