1. Archaeology - is the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of material culture. is the study of the past by looking for the remains and artifacts (historical things) left by the people who lived long ago.
2. Settlements(A) - Excavating remaining of lost cities, castles and structures.
3. Tombs(A) - Excavating tombs and caves.
4. Treasures - Excavating items with cultural end jewelry value - coins, artifacts, antiquary.
5. Artifacts(A) - an object formed by humans, particularly one of interest to archaeologists.
6. Cuneiform Script - deciphering one of the earliest systems of writing.
7. Antiques(A) - is an old collectable item. It is collected or desirable because of its age, beauty, rarity, or other unique features. It is an object that represents a previous era or time period in human society.
8. Stratigraphy(R)(Ge) - is a branch of geology which studies rock layers and layering (stratification).
9. (A)Anthropology - is the study of various aspects of humans within societies of the past and present.
10. (P) Paleontology - the scientific study of life that existed prior to the start of the Holocene Epoch.
11. (F) Fossils - are the preserved remains or traces of animals, plants, and other organisms from the remote past.
12. Archaeozoology - the study of animal remains in human settlements.
13. Gemstones (Ge)(A) - The study of creation of gemstones.
14. Archaeoastronomy - the study of the relationship between the configuration of ancient monuments and astronomy.
15. Anthracology - the study of charcoal remains (F)
16. Osteology - the scientific study of bones.
17. Battlefield archaeology - the study of conflict sites from an archeological perspective.
18. Maritime archaeology - the study of submerged archaeological sites, including shipwrecks as well as settlements that have been engulfed by bodies of water.