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|A person who studies archaeology.
|to search thoroughly or actively through (a place, receptacle, etc.), especially by moving around, turning over, or looking through contents.
|having taken flight, or run away: a fugitive slave.
|a surviving memorial of something past.
|a person who specializes in anthropology.
|a tapering, four-sided shaft of stone, usually monolithic and having a pyramidal apex.
|a small object worn to ward off evil, harm, or illness or to bring good fortune; protecting charm.
|to supply or brighten with light; light up.
|the person in charge of a museum, art collection, etc.
|Also, hi·er·o·glyph·i·cal. designating or pertaining to a pictographic script, particularly that of the ancient Egyptians, in which many of the symbols are conventionalized, recognizable pictures of the things represented.
|to discover the meaning of (anything obscure or difficult to trace or understand): to decipher hieroglyphics.
|to shake or wave, as a weapon; flourish: Brandishing his sword, he rode into battle.
|a stone coffin, especially one bearing sculpture, inscriptions, etc., often displayed as a monument.
|the lawful expulsion of an undesired alien or other person from a state.
|not credulous; disinclined or indisposed to believe; skeptical.
|a soft felt hat with a curled brim, worn with the crown creased lengthwise.
|the area bordering and around a quay or quays.
|indulging in or characterized by excessive devotion to pleasure; intemperate; dissolute.
|to come between disputing people, groups, etc.; intercede; mediate.
|any object made by human beings, especially with a view to subsequent use.
|the quality of being authentic; genuineness.
|to express disapproval of; scold; reproach: The principal chided the children for their thoughtless pranks.
|another name for sesame
|to come out gradually in drops, as sweat, through pores or small openings; ooze out.
|faultless; flawless; irreproachable: impeccable manners.
|a servile follower or subordinate of a person in power.
|to surge or foam as if boiling.
|a stone slab, found in 1799 near Rosetta, bearing parallel inscriptions in Greek, Egyptian hieroglyphic, and demotic characters, making possible the decipherment of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics.
|the scientific study of Egyptian antiquities.
|promising success; propitious; opportune; favorable:
|any underhand interference with production, work, etc., in a plant, factory, etc., as by enemy agents during wartime or by employees during a trade dispute.
|an oval or oblong figure, as on ancient Egyptian monuments, enclosing characters that represent the name of a sovereign.
|to call upon to do something specified.
|a thin and usually oval or oblong board or tablet with a thumb hole at one end, used by painters for holding and mixing colors.
|the descent of a deity to the earth in an incarnate form or some manifest shape; the incarnation of a god.
|the act or an instance of annihilating.
|to give the meaning or intention of; explain; interpret.
|the part of the wreckage of a ship and its cargo found floating on the water.
|the act of embodying.
|the chanting or uttering of words purporting to have magical power.
|hell; the infernal regions.
|a method of divination through alleged communication with the dead; black art.
|a feeling of anticipation of or anxiety over a future event; presentiment: He had a vague premonition of danger.
|to cause (a person) to accept or be resigned to something not desired
|to reply to, usually in a sharp or retaliatory way; reply in kind to.
|having strong sinews:
|doubtful; marked by or occasioning doubt
|to burst inward
|to take, seize, or halt (someone or something on the way from one place to another); cut off from an intended destination: