Archaeologists work slowly and carefully in order to recover as much information about an archaeological site as possible, which can then be used to interpret it. More specifically:
* In order to avoid damaging the artifacts they hope to recover. * To make sure as many artifacts as possible are recovered.
* In order to avoid missing changes in soil texture and colour that may indicate different layers of construction or abandonment of a site. * In order not make mistakes and to be exact in what they're working on.
Archaeologists dig slowly to not damge the artifacts.
Archaeologists who work underwater are known as underwater archaeologists.
Very slowly and carefully.
archaeologists have found very shocking evidence. Where do archaeologists work?
Do it quickly but do it carefully
Historians rely on the work of archaeologists and anthropologists and their study of prehistory.
Archaeologists work an average 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week, but their work hours vary greatly depending on the kind of Archaeologist and what things they are researching. The 40 hour week schedule is for Federal Archaeologists that work in federal offices or government offices, and Archaeologists that work in museums. They are required to work at least 40 hours a week on average.
The people of the Indus civilization lived in carefully planned cities.
no typically as teams.
There is no symbol for an archeologist.
Archaeologists may work for various people including universities, archaeological contractors, government agencies, local authorities, museums or charities.
pull on it very slowly and carefully
Archaeologists, specifically Palaeontologists
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Slowly and Carefully are the adverbs because they describe the action being taken by the Raccoon. His Hobbling was Slow and Careful. Think of adverbs as adjectives for verbs.
You can boil a pot of water and hold the pages over the steam carefully. Peel them apart gently - work slowly and they will peel apart.
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They are called archaeologists.
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Easy you don't!
In past tense. Example: He approached the zombie slowly and carefully.
Slowly and carefully. Colorado has a green reputation and a respect for nature.
He walked slowly across the room balancing the books carefully on his head.