arkeological

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

arkeology +‎ -ical

Adjective[edit]

arkeological (comparative more arkeological, superlative most arkeological)

  1. Relating to arkeology.
    • 1972, John Warwick Montgomery, The Quest for Noah's Ark, page 292:
      Has the last year provided any additional data? Is “arkeological” work continuing?
    • 2000, Bob Rickard and John Michell, Unexplained Phenomena: Mysteries and Curiosities of Science, Folklore and Superstition, chapter 7, page 182:
      The Armenian, who died in America in 1920, told people that in 1856, when he was a young man living near Ararat, “three foreign atheists” had hired him and his father to guide them up the mountain on an anti-arkeological expedition to disprove the Ark's existence.
    • 2013, Jerome Clark, Unexplained!: Strange Sightings, Incredible Occurrences, and Puzzling Physical Phenomena, 3rd edition:
      Critics have no trouble pointing out the many flaws in arkeological thought.