Definition of archaeometry in English:

archaeometry

noun

  • [mass noun] The application of scientific techniques to the dating of archaeological remains.

    • ‘He organises the neutron irradiations for the archaeometry studies.’
    • ‘In its broadest sense, archaeometry represents the interface between archaeology and the natural and physical sciences.’
    • ‘This site is designed to be used as a resource for the teaching of archaeometry and archaeological science at universities and, in some cases, secondary schools.’
    • ‘The seminar covers general aspects of archaeometry, given by invited speakers and students.’
    • ‘The National Science Foundation's division of behavioral and cognitive sciences, part of the directorate of social, behavioral, and economic sciences, invites proposals for archaeometry awards under the archaeology program.’

Pronunciation

archaeometry

/ˌɑːkɪˈɒmətri/