Carbon dating artefacts
The archaeologist has to work very carefully and has to be very patient.
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(i) An archaeologist at work An archaeologist is a person who excavates objects of interest from underground and sometimes from underwater.
The place where the archaeologist works is called a site.
Today more and more of the information is available on the internet such as the website for the Time Team programme on Channel 4.
Historians use the information given to them by archaeologists in order to create a better picture of what life was like in pre-historic times.(ii) Albert Drer The artist Drer was a famous Renaissance artist from outside Italy.
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He was born on 21 May, 1471 in Nuremberg, south Germany and his father was a goldsmith.