xenoarchaeology

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The name derives from Greek ξένος (xenos, stranger, alien), and archaeology (the study of ancients).

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xenoarchaeology (uncountable)

  1. (science fiction) A fictional science, concerned with the physical remains of alien cultures. These may be found on planets which have been inhabited or visited by extraterrestrials.

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