Archaeology - Archaeology Archaeology is known as the study...

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Archaeology 1 Archaeology is known as the study of material remains of life and activities in the past. An archaeologist can perform this by surveying and mapping of places, excavation, classification, dating, and interpretation. There had been numerous and countless of findings in the field of archaeology in the past decades. Others have contributed to the world's history than some. Documentations and excavations are being done daily. Even television channels including Discovery Channel show some of the most fascinating excavations being done in the recent past. Analysis of parasites from material remains is significant in archaeology. Parasites live inside a host, feeding off the host's energy and nutrients. It is a misconception that parasites can only be found in third world countries. No one is exempted from infection of parasites. One can be cautious about his or her health, as well as proper sanitation, but that would be as far as it would go. Parasites are microorganisms that are not visible to the naked eye. Usually,
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2008 for the course ANTH 100 taught by Professor Griffin during the Spring '08 term at S.F. State.

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Archaeology - Archaeology Archaeology is known as the study...

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