A satellite image of a swirling hurricane Men with gas masks and protective suits on The planetary rover Sojourner A large group of refugees huddled together




The clues lie buried in the ground and beneath the waves. Finding, dating, and interpreting objects our ancestors left behind is the job of archaeology, which brings science and instinct together to solve the puzzles of human existence.
image: Satellite image of Pyramids
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