Recent Examples of excavation from the Web
The toll is expected to rise as excavations of the blast sites continue.
Bulldozers and excavation machines went in and out of the disaster site.
Paseo de la Reforma y Calzada Gandhi s/n, mna.inah.gob.mx // Museo del Templo Mayor. is the remains of the pyramid of former Tenochtitlán peoples, which was discovered in the 1970s during the excavation of a parking lot.
Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images Twitter has become an excavation site for archeologists specializing in Trump.
In order to dig in the gorge, Gianazza needed cooperation from the local government, which strictly regulates all excavation work on the island.
Begrimed archaeologists, working under special lights, are using trowels and brushes to sift through the dirt and bones in deep excavations inside the structure of the current church, which dates to 1906.
The talk will include photographs of artifacts unearthed at archaeological excavations at Connecticut tavern sites.
Famously, excavations there in 1989 indicated that people had arrived in Australia by about 50,000 years ago.
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