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Archaeological terminology

Scientific term for layers of soil in an area excavated
Pushing-off removal of bits of stone from an object
American term for broken ceramic fragment
Based on specific age of objects in an excavation
Vital part of doing archaeology
Object worked on two flat surfaces
Called 14-C or C-14
Stone tool making debris
Abbreviation for fire cracked rock
Selecting sets of locations to excavate in a site
Important academic finish to archaeological investigation
Sifting soil from an excavation unit
Term for animals
Feature within an archaeological location
Tool for careful site study
Location where people camped or lived
Unfinished tool
Something is older or younger than something else in an excavation
Artifact used for hunting
Often used for soft-percussion finishing of stone tools
Use of radar or other non-excavating site study
Objects from an excavation and their meaning to people
Tool worked along one or more edges
Term for plants
Fire pit where people cooked or camped
General layout of the area studied
Study of objects from an excavation
Important finish to archaeological investigation
Tool used for percussion
Term for pouring soil sample into container of water to screen for light and heavy bits of evidence
Object made, modified, or used by people
Location where people have done something