Battlefield archaeology also refers to the specific study of a particular archaeological horizon in which a military action occurred.
Recovered alongside the skeletal remains were stone tools from archaeological horizons ranging from 94,000 to 13,000 years ago.
An archaeological horizon is a widely disseminated level of common art and artifacts at an archaeological site or, more usually, over a larger geographic area.
These poorly defined archaeological horizons show the presence of bronze daggers and an expansive trend in northwards direction.
I don't know a thing about the sea, or even about bicycles, but I do know that the major archaeological horizon is right here.
The Linear Pottery culture is a major archaeological horizon of the European Neolithic, flourishing ca. 5500-4500 BC.
It is probably better termed an archaeological complex or archaeological horizon.
The heterogeneous vessel styles were replaced by the more uniform "Suceava-Şipot" archaeological horizon of hand made pottery from the 550s.
There are three archaeological horizons evident of human occupation located within a one meter thick alluvial, colluvial, and lacustrine sediments overlying a pedestal of bedrock.
The Iron Age is not an archaeological horizon of common artefacts, but is rather a locally diverse cultural phase.