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Studying written records, official reports, government papers.
Studying the tools and weapons that past people used to survive.
Studying early machines such old factories or old trains.
Saving an archaeology site that will be flooded by a hydro electric dam.
Artifacts found on sunken ships or towns that are flooded.
What are archaeologists looking for when they use aerial photographs to look for places to dig for artifacts?
What technique for looking for artifacts underground is shown in this image?
Archaeologists will look for sites that make the location easy to defend. Which feature listed would not be important?
Access to water.
Topography that oversees an area
Access to a food supply
Near a large population of people
An artificial mound formed from the accumulated remains of mudbricks and other refuse of generations of people living on the same site for hundreds or thousands of years.
Used for drinking, cleaning, cooking, transportation, and finding food. It is an important to helping find where a dig site may be located?
Dig sites always need access to food supply which factors listed would not connect to a food supply?
Migration routes for animals
Areas near wild berries and roots
Areas close to water with fish
Areas that had a higher elevation
Mounds of dirt that are out of place, large stones, old wells or artifacts in the ground can all be found by an archaeology doing this?