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Definition of Excavations

Excavation
Excavation Ex`ca*va"tion, n. [L. excavatio: cf. F. excavation.] 1. The act of excavating, or of making hollow, by cutting, scooping, or digging out a part of a solid mass. 2. A cavity formed by cutting, digging, or scooping. ``A winding excavation.' --Glover. 3. (Engin.) (a) An uncovered cutting in the earth, in distinction from a covered cutting or tunnel. (b) The material dug out in making a channel or cavity. The delivery of the excavations at a distance of 250 feet. --E. L. Corthell.

Meaning of Excavations from wikipedia

- Anglo-Lebanese Excavations in Beirut Site Phasing and Higher order grouping guidelines for Anglo-Lebanese Excavations in Beirut Hammer, F. – Post Excavation Manual...
- Excavation may refer to: Digging Excavation (archaeology) Excavation (medicine) Excavation (The Haxan Cloak album), 2013 Excavation (Ben Monder album)...
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- Training excavations are normally run by university departments or large contractors and employ professional archaeologists to teach the basics of archaeological...
- Records of archaeological excavations at the Stonehenge site date back to the early 17th century. The first known excavations at Stonehenge were undertaken...
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- September 30, 2019) of excavations at Sinauli. The official communication from ASI was sent to an amateur archaeologist in Baraut. Excavations conducted under...
- archaeological excavations in the vicinity of the Mount have been undertaken by Israel and the Jordanian/Palestinian-led Jerusalem Islamic Waqf. Both excavations have...
- The excavations began in 1749, during the reign of Charles III of Spain, when they were performed through a series of tunnels. Open-air excavations began...
- annually. After many excavations prior to 1960 that had uncovered most of the city but left it in decay, further major excavations were banned and instead...
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