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anthropologist
a person who dtudies the origin, culture, and development of humans
adornment
decorations
portrayed
depicted, made a picture of
owing
due to
archaeologist
a scientist who examines bones, tools, structures, and other objects to learn about past peoples
eliminated
gotten rid of; removed
dissipate
to dissolve
steep
to soak or saturate
flexed
bent in a fatal position
deliberately
carefuly thought out
cavities
openings or holes
incision
cut
reign
the time during which a monarch rules
bestowing
presenting as a gift
misconception
misunderstanding
accompanied
went with
enveloped
covered completely
customary
in keeping with tradition
portrayed
depocted, made a picture of
remote
distant sight
pry
to raise, move, or pull apart with a lever
necropolis
burial place
radiating
sending out rays of heat or light
orifices
opening
rigid
not bending or being flexible; strict
aboriginal
exisiting in a region from the beginning
kindled
set on fire or ignited
minutest
very small; little importance
adorned
decorated with ornaments
artificial
make by human work;not natural
cast
to shape by pouring into a mold
dynasty
succession of rulers; members of a family
tapestry
heavy woven cloth with decorative designs