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Take Aim Goldenrod Unit 3

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archeologists
n. scientists who studies ancient people and things
exquisite
adj. very beautiful or rare
fascinated
v. to cause someone to be very interested or amazed
illustrations
n. pictures or drawings that show how something looks
insights
n. new ways of understanding something
looted
v. to steal, rob, or carry away something that doesn't belong to you
culture
n. beliefs, skills, arts, tools, traditions, and ways of life of a group of people
eroded
v. to wear away or wash away over time
promoted
v. to help or encourage something to happen
representation
n. a picture, statue, or figure made to look like something or someone
triumphing
v. to win a victory over someone or something
unearthed
v. to discover or dig up
arduous
adj. difficult or requiring a lot of effort
enabled
v. to make it possible for someone to do something
motive
n. reason for doing something
obvious
adj. easy to see, recognize, or understand
preserved
v. to keep something in good condition
symbol
n. something that stands for or represents another thing
deteriorated
v. to become worse, to wear away, or to lose quality or value
exposure
n. being uncovered, being left open to danger, or being unprotected against the effects of something
hypotheses
n. guesses someone makes after thinking about something carefully
indicates
v. to state, show, or make known
prior
adj. earlier, previous, or happening before
proximity
n. closeness or nearness