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  • Awesome Archeology-Alexis Jacques, Purple
  • Interesting Fact #1- The Artifacts
  • No, I didn't Randy. Did you try and use your tools to find them, like your shovels, your stakes, strings, trowels, saws, and clippers?
  • Hey George, did you find any artifacts? You know those are things like stone tools, pottery vessels, weapons, jewelry, clothing, metal objects, and other old things right?
  • Interesting Fact #2- The Architecture
  • Linda, I came here to tell you that there aren't just a few materials for architecture. There are tons. There's concrete, wood, steel, plastic, stone, textiles, glass, brick, and more! We could build a house. I mean, I could build a house, hehe. 
  • Harold, why have you brought me into the depths of the woods? I want to finish learning about architecture, like the styles. There's modern, victorian gothic, georgian, classical, colonial, art, and many others. Please tell me this is important. 
  • Archeology consists of a lot of different types of records. Some examples of these records are artifacts, architecture, bio facts, and cultural landscapes. 
  • Interesting Fact #3- Bio Facts
  • What's up, Francis? I just learned that bio facts can be made in very different ways. You can preserve things in amber, ice, tar, and more. Or you can just bury it like a normal person. 
  • Examples: https://study.com/academy/lesson/cultural-artifact-definition-examples- quiz.html  Tools: http://www.histarch.illinois.edu/NP/tools.html
  • Interesting Fact #4- The Cultural Landscapes
  • Hey, Guy! Bet you didn't know what types of cultural landscapes there are, like The White House, battlefields, state parks, historical sites, and other stuff. Did you, dork?
  • Styles: Google was used Materials: https://www.archdaily.com/801545/16-materials-every- architect-needs-to-know-and-where-to-learn-about-them
  • Conclusion
  • Creation: http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/ ocr_gateway_pre_2011/environment/4_survival_of_fittest1.shtml Examples: http://www.worldwidewords.org/turnsofphrase/ tp-eco4.htm
  • Heya, Rose! Bio facts are anything that came from something living. Like, sheep bones, wheat seeds, seashells, charcoal, plants, pollen, and other items. 
  • Places: https://www.nps.gov/tps/how-to-preserve/briefs/ 36-cultural-landscapes.htm Found: https://www.wvencyclopedia.org/articles/1693
  • I know a thing or two about cultural landscapes too, buddy. Things found there are bridges, gates, fences, buildings, and more. 
  • There are many types of things involved in archeology. There are artifacts, architecture pieces, biofacts, and cultural landscapes, which may help us discover more things about the world. 
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