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archaeology
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • It was like some kind of archaeological crossword… a riddle that promised to reveal how to open the cryptex.
  • The eighteen folios—now known as Leonardo’s Codex Leicester after their famous owner, the Earl of Leicester—were all that remained of one of Leonardo’s most fascinating notebooks: essays and drawings outlining Da Vinci’s progressive theories on astronomy, geology, archaeology, and hydrology.

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  • She is on an archaeological dig.
  • They stopped digging the tunnel until an archaeologist can properly excavate the remains.

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