基本释义 adj. 考古学的

常考释义 adj.考古的;考古学的

adj. 考古的;考古学的


Archaeological Findings


1. Although literacy appeared independently in several parts of the prehistoric world, the earliest evidence of writing is the cuneiform Sumerian script on the clay tablets of ancient Mesopotamia, which, archaeological detective work has revealed, had its origins in the accounting practices of commercial activity. (TPO53-P1)


2. The evolution of the symbolism is reflected in the archaeological record first of all by the increasing complexity of the tokens themselves. (TPO53-P1)


3. In the first place, the proliferation of archaeological discoveries—and this includes some of the world's innumerable rock art sites that cannot be dated—has served to emphasize a remarkably limited repertoire of subjects. (TPO53-P3)


4. In the archaeological record of the Natufian period, from about 12,500 to 10,200 years ago, in the part of the Middle East known as the Levant - roughly east of the Mediterranean and north of the Arabian Peninsula - we see clear evidence of agricultural origins. (TPO52-P2)


5. And subsequent archaeological digs have confirmed this estimate. (TPO51-L1)


6. However, the main forest burning started around 700 years ago, after what current archaeological evidence indicates was the most intensive stage of moa hunting. (TPO39-P2)


7. However, evidence of such diseases is difficult to determine directly from paleoecological or archaeological remains.(TPO39-P2)


8. These examples, in the form of inscribed clay tablets that date to shortly before 3000 B.C.E., have been discovered among the archaeological remains of the Sumerians, a gifted people settled in southern Mesopotamia.(TPO46-P1)


9. At the site in Kuk, they used an array of modern archaeological methods to analyze sediment samples from the soil. (TPO44-L3)


10. But any such evidence is missing from the archaeological record.(TPO32-L1)


11. She said there’s archaeological evidence that some prehistoric cultures relied heavily on dead wood for fuel, or…um…just cut off some of the branches of trees instead of killing the whole tree.(TPO32-C2)


12. I was just reading an article about an archaeological site in Turkey where scientists found evidence that ancient people had been harvesting the branches from pistachio and almond trees. (TPO32-C2)


13. As soon as bananas appear in the archaeological record, we know we have contact between Africa and Southeast Asia. (TPO32-L1)


14. Pretty much all of what we know about the Botai comes from three archaeological sites.(TPO31-L4)


15. It said that one way to determine if there was an ancient fireplace at an archaeological site was to check the soil for phosphorus. (TPO31-L4)


16. Unfortunately, it is in the nature of the archaeological evidence, which is almost invariable only a sample of what once existed, that such figures will always be elusive. (TPO29-P1)


17. I mentioned Jewelry, well, Jewelry have been found in Mesopotamia and at archaeological sites in modern-day Pakistan. (TPO28-L4)


18. Now, one mystery regarding this site is that archaeological records show it was inhabited for only a few centuries. (TPO28-L4)


19. In an early fourth-millennium level of the Eanna archaeological site at Uruk, a pottery style appears that is most characteristic of this process, the so-called beveled-rim bowl. (TPO27-P1)


20. The Rosetta Stone is arguably the most famous archaeological artifact ever discovered.(TPO25-L3)


21. Third, is it possible to interpret accurately the subject matter of ancient rock art, bring to bear all available archaeological techniques and the knowledge of present-day Aboriginal informants?(TPO23-P3)


22. While accepting that this sequence fits the archaeological profile of those sites, which were occupied continuously over many thousands of years a number of writers have warned that the underlying assumption of such a sequence—a development from the simple and the geometric to the complex and naturalistic—obscures the cultural continuities in Aboriginal Australia, in which geometric symbolism remains fundamentally important. (TPO23-P3)


23. At any rates, that conversation got me thinking about archaeological finds that really changed our understanding of ancient civilizations. (TPO23-L1)

不管怎样,这段对话是我想到了考古发现的确改变了我们对古 代文明的看法。

24. Furthermore, as the archaeological record shows, the state of health of agriculturalists was worse than that of their contemporary hunter-gatherers.(TPO21-P2)


25. Thanks to new environmental and archaeological discoveries, we now know something about this remarkable change in local life.(TPO20-P2)


26. Archaeological evidence suggests that by 3000 B.C., and perhaps even earlier, there had emerged on the steppes of Inner Eurasia the distinctive types of pastoralism that were to dominate the region's history for several millennia. (TPO14-P3)


27. The archaeological evidence clearly indicates, though, that Teotihuacán was the center that did arise as the predominant force in the area by the first century A.D.(TPO8-P1)


28. Speculation on the origin of these Pacific islanders began as soon as outsiders encountered them, in the absence of solid linguistic, archaeological, and biological data,many fanciful and mutually exclusive theories were devised. (TPO5-P2)