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August 19, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 27

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-. " " WEDNESDAY, AUOU8T 19,' 1864 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL .27 BROTHER JUNIPER TRUDY byN-'MdU MR. TWEEDY How Do Archaeologists Know What They Find? ' Win tht IS-volume Brttanntca Junior Encyclopedia lor ichool and home. Send your questions, name. age. address to TTett He Why!" cart of The Ottawa Journal. In case 0 duplicate quotient, the author will decide the u inner. Todaft winner It: Donna Manheim, 11, New York. NY. - By A. LEOKUM An archaeologist dig! up thingt buried by ancient peo ples. 1 - -- Pnntr he identify citiei and people life of. the past from what be hai found? .v.' The answer is thai he can't always do it because he doesn't always find the things he needs to build a complete picture of a' people or a way of life. After aH, what he finds is only what people left behind, usually objects that were used every day. These might be remain of bouse, tools, jewelry, dishes, toys, and also. bones of animals used for food. But' many of the things that early people threw away can not. be found. Objects made of leather, wood, cloth, basketry, wool, or straw, all usually decay and leave no trace. 'Another thing thai must remain a mystery to him is the clothing early people wore. He can probably tell wether they used cloth or animal skins, but unless the; - left drawings of themselves, he can't , tell much about their clothing, r The archaeologist also may have do clue as to whether the people were artistic, and he may know nothing at all about their thought and idea. So his picture of the life of the earfy people may be quite incomplete. But despite this, the archaeologist can still tell us a -great deal. He first finds out the order In which layers of towns were built, one upon another. Then he must know the town In which each object Was found Each object is labeled, photo graphed, measured and So If the sit belongs to historic .times, the archaeologist must know the ancient writing used In that place. There are many experts who help an archaeologist such as geologists, botanists, too- logitts and others, all of whom help him identify and analyse what he has found, sometime K takes years of work and study before , the archaeologist Is reedy to publish a work about what be ha found.. But when - he does h tnay give us an exciting 'view Intothe past, a picture of how ancient peoples Jived. V"" fVti TIME . The Chuckle Bel Editor: Did 'you write thil butor: Ye. I d:d. Editor: Then I'm glad to meet "nd 05W ,nd "construct thety0Ui Ed)(ar A1, Poe though, you had died a long lime ago. Father Jimmy, you're act ing like a pig! Do you know what a pig is? ' Jimmy: Yea, Dad. A pig is a hog s little hoy. -' WIN A BRITANNICA JUNIOR FOR WRITING ABOUT -IN YEARS FROM NOW What do you think life Will be like 10 years from now Do you think many things will about it and you may win a volume set of Britannfca Junior Encyclopaedia. Important: en tries must be addressed "1M Years." 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