Results for: Interpretive-archaeology

What is the difference between archaeology and paleontology?

There is a good deal of confusion about this subject even in academic circles. Archaeology is the study of remains left by societies that came before the present day. It is a (MORE)

What is a interpreter?

An interpreter is a computer program that executes the instructions written in a high level programming language. It can also preform the translation of a high level language (MORE)

What is archaeology?

Archaeology is the study of material remains related to the human  past. Such remains include monumental structures such as the  pyramids of Egypt, to microscopic plant frag (MORE)

What is biblical archaeology?

Traditionally, biblical archaeology is the name given to the study of the archaeological aspects of the history of the Jewish and Christian churches as provided in the Judeo-C (MORE)

What is a volcanologists contribution to archaeology?

a volcanologist can help figure out if a volcanic eruption caused  damage to artifacts and if there is volcanic evidence at a site  they can help date the site using predict (MORE)

What does archaeology mean?

Archaeology is the study of the past, particularly people, by looking at their material remains (skeletons, pottery, settlements etc). It is not fossils, it involves humans. (MORE)

What is commercial archaeology?

When a construction project is planned, the area first needs to be surveyed in case there is something there of archaeological importance that would be destroyed. These survey (MORE)