archeological

Historical vs Archeological - What's the difference?

historical | archeological |


As adjectives the difference between historical and archeological

is that historical is pertaining to the history, to what happened in the past while archeological is (north america).

As a noun historical

is a historical romance.

Archeological - What does it mean?

archeological | |

Archelogical vs Archeological - What's the difference?

archelogical | archeological |


As adjectives the difference between archelogical and archeological

is that archelogical is (american spelling) while archeological is (north america).

Taxonomy vs Archeological - What's the difference?

taxonomy | archeological |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective archeological is

(north america).

Archeological vs Archeologically - What's the difference?

archeological | archeologically |


As an adjective archeological

is (north america).

As an adverb archeologically is

in a archeological manner or fashion.

Archeological vs Teotihuacan - What's the difference?

archeological | teotihuacan |


As an adjective archeological

is (north america).

As a proper noun teotihuacan is

a vast archeological site in mexico.

Archeological vs Archeology - What's the difference?

archeological | archeology | Derived terms |

Archeological is a derived term of archeology.


As a adjective archeological

is (north america).

As a noun archeology is

(chiefly|us).

Archeological vs Petra - What's the difference?

archeological | petra |


As a adjective archeological

is (north america).

As a noun petra is

stone, a weight equal to 14 pounds.

What is the difference between archeological and dig?

archeological | dig |


As a adjective archeological

is (north america) (archaeological).

As a verb dig is

(intransitive) to move hard-packed earth out of the way, especially downward to make a hole with a shovel or to drill, or the like, through rocks, roads, or the like more generally, to make any similar hole by moving material out of the way or dig can be (slang) to understand or show interest in.

As a noun dig is

an archeological investigation.

What is the difference between archeological and archaeastronomy?

archeological | archaeastronomy |


As a adjective archeological

is (north america) (archaeological).

As a noun archaeastronomy is

{{context|astronomy|archaeology|lang=en}} the historical, especially archeological, study of astronomy; the study of the astronomical systems and methods of ancient cultures often embracing the astrology and cosmology of the past.