The Process of Archaeology The Process of Archaeology
Pre-field Investigations Fieldwork Lab Analysis Interpretation Synthesis
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Sharing the Information
Archaeologists share what they have learned with other archaeologists by writing reports of their investigations, publishing articles in professional journals and presenting papers at conferences. It is the responsibility of archaeologists to share what they learn with other archaeologists and the public. This helps bring together the many pieces of the archaeological puzzle into a more complete picture.

Information that archaeologists discover can be shared with the public through site tours, brochures, lectures, classroom presentations, displays, videos, websites, artifact shows, television and radio appearances, and through newspaper articles.

Image of rock art wihin a cave.   Image of an artist's reconstruction of the rock art.
On the left is a photograph of a panel of rock art from deep within a cave. The right photograph shows an artist's reconstruction that is on exhibit at MVAC. The exhibits make inaccessible works available to the public.














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