Scientist who studies past people through the remains of their activities.
A scientist who studies remains of past cultures, both prehistoric and historic.
someone who studies past human life as shown by fossil relics and the monuments and tools left by ancient peoples
a person who studies past people and how they lived
An archaeologist is a person who studies ancient civilisations by examining the materials they left behind. These materials can include buildings, pottery, graves and tools. go back
A scientist that studies artifacts to learn about past human life and activities.
an anthropologist who studies prehistoric people and their culture
a man who studies old things and finds they are new
a person who digs up and studies the remains and ruins of the dead
a person who makes interpretations about the past based on information gathered through techniques of excavation in a systematic manner
a person who's career lies in ruins
a person who studies archaeology of the past
a person who studies how people lived in the past, by looking at the things they left behind
a person who studies things that humans did in the past
a scientist, and as a scientist he/she must obey some basic rules or procedures
a specialist who studies the past to record and analyze earlier human societies using scientific methods
a scientist who studies the remains of past and present humans
One who practices archaeology by examining past cultures and interpreting the development of these findings following professional standards and ethics.
A person who studies that which remains from a past human culture: art, tools, games, skeletons, buildings, trash, anything left behind.
A scientist who studies past cultures by analyzing their artifacts.
A person who studies that which re...
An anthropologist whose field of study is human history. Archaeologists employ a scientific approach to the acquisition of their data through controlled excavations. Recovered material culture (objects crafted by humans, structures, etc.) and the nature of its distribution and deposition are studied to reveal more about the lives and customs of people of the past.
scientist who learns about ancient people by studying what they left behind
a person who digs up ancient artifacts, including bones
one who pursues the scientific study of the life and cultures of ancient peoples
a scientist who studies material found in the ground at places people have used, to learn about human life in the past.
A person who studies evidence for our human past, usually by excavation.
Researcher who studies ancient civilizations.
A person trained to study material remains such as artifacts and monuments of past human life and activities.
A person who studies ancient cultures by examining their buildings, tools, and other objects.
A scientist who studies the life and customs of past cultures by examining their material remains, usually artifacts such as utensils, stone carvings, architecture.
A scientist who studies the ancient remains of people and things in order to figure out what life was like before the invention of writing. Ardipithecus ramidus - One of the oldest hominids discovered so far, dating back at least 4.6 million years.