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    1. and pickaxe make it possible to remove the layers of ground without archeological value.

    2. Archeologists use small tools such as to carefully remove dirt from artifacts.

    3. The has revealed the remains of 50,000 Maya structures from pyramids to whole cities.

    4. The is a wire mesh screen used to separate small artifacts from loose soil.

    5. The mummy is used for accurate forensic reconstruction of his body and face.

    6. Archeologists can use a whenever they need to make a straight vertical line.

    7. is a remote sensing technique of detecting variations in ground temperature caused by subsurface archeological remains.

    8. is an instrument used for measuring horizontal and vertical angles.It's used in mapping.

    9. In archeology, is used to excavate in a unit when the space no longer allows the use of a shovel.

    10. is essential to archeology and continues to have a critical role in the way in which the past is recorded.

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