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archaeological and site
* Altenberg is also a lost town and archaeological site in the Kreis Siegen-Wittgenstein, North Rhine-Westphalia
While accompanying Mallowan on countless archaeological trips ( spending up to 3 – 4 months at a time in Syria and Iraq at excavation sites at Ur, Ninevah, Tell Arpachiyah, Chagar Bazar, Tell Brak, and Nimrud ), Christie not only wrote novels and short stories, but also contributed work to the archaeological sites, more specifically to the archaeological restoration and labeling of ancient exhibits which includes tasks such as cleaning and conserving delicate ivory pieces, reconstructing pottery, developing photos from early excavations which later led to taking photographs of the site and its findings, and taking field notes.
: Christie ’ s Murder in Mesopotamia is the most archaeologically influenced of all her novels as it is set in the Middle East at an archaeological dig site and associated expedition house.
Agate is one of the most common materials used in the art of hardstone carving, and has been recovered at a number of ancient sites, indicating its widespread use in the ancient world ; for example, archaeological recovery at the Knossos site on Crete illustrates its role in Bronze Age Minoan culture.
The precise archaeological site of the city of Akkad has not yet been found.
A second temple has also been located at the archaeological site of Metropolis in what is now Western Turkey.
Among the most exciting recent archaeological discoveries in Greece is the recognition that the sanctuary site near the modern village of Kalapodi is not only the site of the oracle of Apollon at Abai but that it was in constant use for cult practices from early Mycenaean times to the Roman period.
The description of the Uppsala temple is one of the most famous excerpts of the Gesta, however as no archaeological site has ever been found, one can wonder if Adam ’ s description is linked to reality.
An archaeological investigation of the site of the visitors ' centre before building started revealed the foundations of the medieval precinct wall, with a gateway, and stonework discarded during manufacture, showing that the area was the site of the masons ' yard while the Abbey was being built.
Rather than analysing the site and seeing which targets appear popular, archaeoastronomers have instead examined the ethnographic records to see what features of the sky were important to the Mayans and then sought archaeological correlates.
The oldest-known domesticated beans in the Americas were found in Guitarrero Cave, an archaeological site in Peru, and dated to around the second millennium BCE.
The settlement site, however is an archaeological site, and a museum has been built nearby for exhibition of finds, models and reconstructions.
These theories are backed by findings in the Monte Verde archaeological site, which predates the Clovis site by thousands of years.
The archaeological site of Xihoudu in Shanxi Province is the earliest recorded use of fire by Homo erectus, which is dated 1. 27 million years ago.
They are among the most common artifacts to be found at an archaeological site, generally in the form of small fragments of broken pottery called sherds.
There are a large number of archaeological sites which include the Minoan sites of Knossos and Phaistos, the classical site of Gortys, and the diverse archaeology of the island of Koufonisi which includes Minoan, Roman, and World War II ruins.
Located about southwest of Athens, Corinth is surrounded by the coastal townlets of ( clockwise ) Lechaio, Isthmia, Kechries, and the inland townlets of Examilia and the archaeological site and village of ancient Corinth.
An archaeological site in southeastern Europe ( Serbia ) contains the oldest securely dated evidence of copper making at high temperature, from 7, 000 years ago.
An archaeological site in southeastern Europe ( Serbia ) contains the oldest securely dated evidence of copper making at high temperature, from 7, 000 years ago.

archaeological and Roman
One example of archaeological evidence of the Roman abacus, shown here in reconstruction, dates to the 1st century AD.
The Basilica Aemilia in the Roman Forum did burn down, which perhaps can be attributed to Alaric: the archaeological evidence was provided by coins dating from 410 found melted in the floor.
There is good archaeological evidence for this process and crucibles used to produce brass by cementation have been found on Roman period sites including Xanten and Nidda in Germany, Lyon in France and at a number of sites in Britain.
Over the last half of the 20th century, historical and archaeological research has increasingly supported the theory that the remnants of the Celtic Boii were absorbed into the Roman Empire and later intermingled with other Germanic peoples who chose to stay ( or were stationed by the Romans ) in the area.
Numerous references to Cerberus have appeared in ancient Greek and Roman art, found in archaeological ruins and often including in statues and architecture, inspired by the mythology of the creature.
There are no written records of the Roman period but archaeological research confirms that the region of Ghent was further inhabited.
The lake was built in the 1930s to store water for an electricity generator ( central of Coghinadordza ), and it covered an ancient Roman bridge as well as an ancient archaeological site of the Nuragici people.
Little is known about early Germanic history, except through their recorded interactions with the Roman Empire, etymological research and archaeological finds.
Thus, most knowledge of Roman Britain has derived from archaeological investigations, and the epigraphic evidence lauding the Britannic achievements of an Emperor of Rome, such as Hadrian ( r. 117 – 38 ) and Antoninus Pius ( r. 138 – 61 ), whose walls demarcated the northern borders of Roman Britain.
Certain European ritual traits such as the significance of the number 3, the importance of the head and of water sources such as springs remain in the archaeological record, but the differences in the votive offerings made at the Roman Baths ( Bath ), Bath, Somerset before and after the Roman conquest suggest that continuity was only partial.
However, the absence of any archaeological remains of or documentary evidence for a Roman fort at Hastings suggest that Hæstingaceaster may refer to a different settlement, most likely that based on the Roman remains at Pevensey.
Adriano La Regina ( former Rome ’ s archaeological superintendent 1976-2004, professor of Etruscology at Rome ’ s La Sapienza University ), Professor Fausto Zevi ( professor of Roman Archaeology at Rome's La Sapienza University ) and Professor Henner von Hesberg ( head of the German Archaeological Institute, Rome ) denied the identification of the grotto with Lupercal on topographic and stylistic grounds.
In the final accords of the First Jewish – Roman War, the Siege of Masada by troops of the Roman Empire allegedly led to the mass suicide of the Sicarii rebels although there is no archaeological evidence to support this.
However, lack of archaeological evidence for Nazareth from Assyrian, Babylonian, Persian, Hellenistic or Early Roman times, at least in the major excavations between 1955 and 1990, shows that the settlement apparently came to an abrupt end about 720 BC, when many towns in the area were destroyed by the Assyrians.
This likely reflects its lack of prominence both in Galilee and in Judaea .” Strange originally calculated the population of Nazareth at the time of Christ to be " roughly 1, 600 to 2, 000 people " but, in a subsequent publication, revised this figure down to “ a maximum of about 480 .” In 2009 Israeli archaeologist Yardenna Alexandre excavated archaeological remains in Nazareth that might date to the time of Jesus in the early Roman period.
" Princeton University archaeologist Jack Finnegan describes additional archaeological evidence related to settlement in the Nazareth basin during the Bronze and Iron Ages, and states that " Nazareth was a strongly Jewish settlement in the Roman period.
The Romans achieved the heavy wheeled mouldboard plough in the late 3rd and 4th century AD, when archaeological evidence appears, inter alia, in Roman Britain.
In 2010, following archaeological discoveries at the Roman ruins in Chester, some writers suggested that the Chester Roman Amphitheatre was the true prototype of the Round Table but the English Heritage Commission, acting as consultants to a History Channel documentary in which the claim was made, declared that there was no archaeological basis to the story.

archaeological and Ruins
Isen has numerous sightseeing locations, including the Kamyuiki Ruins, Cape Inutabu, Yamamoto War Memorial, Seta-umi Beach, Kinenbama Beach, and a historical museum showcasing many of the archaeological discoveries found in Isen.
* Kurabune Ruins ( 鞍船遺跡 ) – Jomon period archaeological site excavated in 1922

archaeological and Villa
There is evidence of Preclassxdic settlements in the area of ​​ the city, mainly in the archaeological site Villa Rosita, where the dominant center was located in the area.
There are also several places of archaeological interest, including the Emissario del Lago Albano and the remains of the Villa of Domitian.
The history of the area dates back to Saxon times and archaeological finds in and around Havering Country Park suggest a Roman Villa or similar structure in the area.
The Hadrian's Villa ( Villa Adriana in Italian ) is a large Roman archaeological complex at Tivoli, Italy.
Hadrian's Villa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and important cultural and archaeological site.
Élisa acquired a country house at Villa Vicentina near Cervignano after her release and financed several archaeological digs in the region.

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