(also with spelling ‘archeologist’ in American usage; plural: ‘archaeologists‘; pronunciation: the letters ‘ch’ in this word are said with a ‘k’ sound as in “king” — for the right pronunciation, please click here)
a person who can recreate (tell us about) the past history by studying the buried remains of things or buildings of the ancient times;
a person, student or scientist who studies and tells us about the historic and prehistoric people and other animal and plant life by studying the remains dug up from the earth,
An archaeologist who studies and works on the pyramids in Egypt is called an Egyptologist.
Archaeologists dig up the buried remains of the past and tell us about the life in the past.
An anthropologist is a kind of archaeologist who studies the humans and human societies in the past and related their finding to the present population.