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ArchaeologyArchaeology: The scientific study of the history of humans through artifacts, ruins, inscriptions, monuments, and structures. Archaeologist study how individuals lived, worked, studied, hunted, made war, tilled their fields, built their homes, created clothing and weapons.  
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GlobalXplorer° "is an online platform that uses the power of the crowd to analyze the incredible wealth of satellite images currently available to archaeologists. Launched by 2016 TED Prize winner and National Geographic Fellow, Dr. Sarah Parcak, as her “wish for the world"
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