#1
i need one to study for aincent history.

discovered after 1930. (THATS DISCOVERED. NOT WHEN THE THINGS WERE AROUND)

i cant do generic clishe ones like egypt, or rome.

so im thinking maybe japenese or england or something.


are there any ones that would have lots of information (like a decent wiki page)


thanks heaps.
#4
underwater ones are fine too.

so if you know any that arent in those two contrys i mentioned.

INFACT, SCREW THE NON CLISHE BIT. GIVE ME A BIG GENERIC DIG, (not in egypt or rome)
#7
do that one in china where they dug up all those terracotta statues of the emperors soldiers I dont know if that counts as an archaeological dig because I dont know anything about this stuff. But terracotta soldiers is cool cool!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terracotta_Army
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#9
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what about troy? pompeii?

pretty sure they are two of the ones we arnt alowed to do.

we cant do ones that are already on the cariculum for the next two years.

thoose other two are great.
#10
Terracotta Army.
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