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The Center for Archaeological Research: Sifting Through...

  • Aired: 01/19/2010
  • 28:43
  • Rating: NR
The discipline of archaeology is an extraordinarily interesting and revealing scientific pursuit. In its basic form, it provides an educated study of material remains of past humanity and ways of life, a detailed examination of past cultures and civilizations. The work accomplished by archaeological teams is important and far-reaching.
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Neal Lopinot, Jack Ray and Patsy Corbett discuss the Center for Archaeological Research.
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