Archaeological Site Gallery
An archaeological site is an area of land that has been studied by archaeologists to learn more about past cultures and civilizations
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An archaeological site is an area of land that has been studied by archaeologists to learn more about past cultures and civilizations and can range from large settlements to individual artifacts, such as tools or pottery. Archaeologists use a variety of methods, including excavation, surface survey, and laboratory analysis to uncover the history of a site. Excavation involves digging into the ground to uncover artifacts and other evidence that may provide insight into how people lived in the past. Surface survey involves walking over an area of land looking for artifacts on the surface or in shallow pits. Laboratory analysis includes examining artifacts for their age, composition, and other characteristics that can help archaeologists understand how they were used by ancient peoples. By studying archaeological sites, we can gain valuable insight into our past societies and cultures.