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The studying of pretty much all sciences, aside from physical science and physics of course, you'd be looking at about 4 to 8 years of college studying Biology, life science, and chemistry. As well as History in which ever field your wanting to go into. Most Archaeologist go on and get their PhD, so that they can teach at colleges when they are not on digs or other things.

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