Shenndaaleeaght

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Ta shenndaalee toaghailtey ny t'er mayrn jeh'n Çhenn Raue.

She studeyrys er jeelym cooid shenn chultooryn ee shenndaaleeaght. T'ee goaill stiagh red erbee jeant ec deiney, veih greieyn cloaie, siyn craie as ushylee dys jeshaghtyn, tommanyn as thieyn. Ta lheid yn obbyr bun scanshoil son fys er shenn chultooryn, cultooryn roie-hendeeagh as marroo.[1] Er y fa dy vel eh bentyn rish cultoor, she fo-vagher antrapoaylleeaght t'ayn. Ta deanyn henndaaleeaght goaill stiagh: soilshaghey magh bun as aase chultoor deiney; toiggal shennaghys deiney; as studeyrys er ymmyrkey deiney ayns sheshaghtyn roie-shendeeagh as shendeeagh.

Ta obbyr shenndaaleeagh goaill stiagh towshaney ardjyn son dy gheddyn laaree scanshoil; toaghailtey son dy gheddyn fooillagh cultooragh; as oardraghey, mynscrutaghey as freayll ad. Ta'n magher bentyn rish antrapoaylleeaght, shennaghys, studeyrys classicagh, çheer-oaylleeaght, creg-oaylleeaght, çhengoaylleeaght, fishig, kemmig, bea-oaylleeaght, studeyrys shenn lossreeyn as fir elley.[2][3][4].

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. "archaeology", Encyclopædia Britannica Online (Eddyrlhieen) (Baarle). Feddynit er 2009-03-31.
  2. (1996) ayns Aldenderfer, M. S. & Maschner, H. D. G.: Anthropology, Space, and Geographic Information Systems. New York: Oxford University Press.
  3. Gladfelter, B. G. (1977). "Geoarchaeology: The Geomorphologist and Archaeology". American Antiquity 42: 519–538. doi:10.2307/278926. 
  4. Watters, M.R. (2000). "Alluvial stratigraphy and geoarchaeology in the American Southwest". Geoarchaeology 15: 537–557. doi:10.1002/1520-6548(200008)15:6<537::AID-GEA5>3.0.CO;2-E. 



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