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No, the root of 'Archaeology' isn't classical Latin. Instead, the root is ancient, classical Greek. The English noun derives from the Greek adjective 'archaios', which means 'old'; and the Greek word 'logos', which means 'word'.

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Archae means first like archaeology means someone who goes back to the first people.-Hanna Grace

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IN GREEK: αρχαιολογία

in latin: SCIENTIA ANTIQUITATIS

you can use Google translator for future words you need translating.

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no but it has a greek adjective

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