Definition of archaeologically in English:

archaeologically

adverb

  • See archaeological

    • ‘It is an archeologically rich site, now buried under concrete.’
    • ‘The investigation of skeletal health offers one important way to look at the health of a population archaeologically.’
    • ‘Council members argued that the site chosen was an old Shoshone village and that the agency failed to adequately study the project's impact on an archaeologically significant zone.’
    • ‘They present perhaps the most archaeologically precise re-creation of classical antiquity ever attempted in painting.’
    • ‘Resources were primarily spent on the communal defense of the countryside, limiting archaeologically visible sites to a few fortified hill and mountaintops.’

Pronunciation

archaeologically

/ˌɑːkɪəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)li/