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.