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Archeological digs in the Biblical City of David started in 1867 - exactly 100 years before the city returned to Jewish control - by The Palestine Exploration Fund (P.
As I've discussed in this space before, 10-Ks and annual reports are little more than an archeological dig for the plaintiff's bar.
This time, Poirot visits a friend (Hugh Fraser) at a Middle East archeological dig and waits, heartsick and likely in vain, for word that a female friend has arrived in Baghdad.
Petrarch with his zeal for uncovering past meaning through an archeological dig into its alien otherness initiates the new age.
THE secrets of an ancient building which was linked with some of the most famous writers of the medieval age may be unlocked in a special five-week archeological dig.
The history of Hartlepool's Headland area is being investigated with an archeological dig.
The apparent reason is for an archeological dig, but there has only been granted a few weeks for public information and consultation.
NEW YORK CITY--THE new project of the George Balanchine Foundation is not quite as exotic as an archeological dig in Turkey, but its aim is similar: to rediscover the past.
The firm's most noted restoration, Richard Neutra's iconic 1946 Kaufman House, included a five-year archeological dig through drawings, notes, letters, existing stone, paint, metal, wood, and concrete.